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 $90,000 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 are now closed.

Grant Application Guidelines

Questions?  Email: [email protected] 

Over $93,000

IN CLASSROOM IMPACT GRANTS
AWARDED TO CONWAY TEACHERS
AS OF AUGUST, 2021

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. 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.

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