Classroom Impact Grants

Inspiring the creativity of Conway Public Schools teachers

The district-wide teacher and classroom enrichment grant program was designed to inspire the creativity of Conway Public Schools teachers so that they may generate excitement and enable life-long learning for their students. To date, the Conway Public Schools Foundation has awarded more than $50,000 in Classroom Impact Grants to Conway teachers.

With these awards, teachers have added new classroom technology such as digital cameras and iPads; and developed new hands-on learning opportunities in art, computer science, drama, foreign languages, genetics, mathematics, and physics; and supplemented course materials with resources that encourage skills in cooperative learning, small group work, reading comprehension, and team building.

Apply for a Grant

Grant applications for the 2020 cycle closed on September 4.
Please check back for up-to-date information regarding future grant cycles.
2020-2021 Grant Application Guidelines

Over $50,000

IN CLASSROOM IMPACT GRANTS
AWARDED TO CONWAY TEACHERS

Carolyn Lewis garden classroom impact grant - children holding cabbages

The garden project at Carolyn Lewis Elementary is the result of a Conway Public Schools’ Foundation grant received by Instructional Facilitator Amanda Krell in 2016. We are so proud to see the success that it has had for the past several years.

The district-wide teacher and classroom enrichment grant program was designed to inspire the creativity of Conway Public Schools teachers so that they may generate excitement and enable life-long learning for their students.