Conway Public Schools Foundation’s 2023 Hall of Honor Nominations Open

CPSF to honor Distinguished Alumni, Distinguished Educator, and Friend of the District

CONWAY, Ark. (September 30, 2022) — Conway Public Schools Foundation (CPSF) will host its annual Hall of Honor on Tuesday, March 7, 2023, at 7 p.m. in the Conway High School Cafeteria. 

Nominations are now open for the following Hall of Honor awards:

Distinguished Alumni

The honoree must be a Conway Public Schools graduate (minimum age of 30) or have completed a substantial portion of his or her education in the Conway Public School District, with notable scholastic and/or professional achievements and who is a positive reflection of the district’s mission to produce forward-thinking and innovative men and women.

Distinguished Educator

The honoree must be five years removed from employment with Conway Public Schools (regardless of cause) and must have made a substantial positive impact on students and colleagues during his or her tenure as a teacher, coach, staff member or administrator.

Friend of the District

The honoree must be a current or former member of the Conway/Conway Public Schools community (minimum age of 30) who has positively and tangibly enriched the educational environment or advanced the educational mission of the district.

To nominate an individual for the 2023 CPSF Hall of Honor, visit

The nomination deadline is Monday, October 17, 2022

Last year’s honorees included: Mr. Reuel and Mrs. Terry Shepherd (Distinguished Educators), Dr. Arch Jones (Distinguished Alumnus), and Mr. David and Mrs. Patti Stobaugh (Friends of the District).

For questions about Conway Public Schools Foundation or the 2023 CPSF Hall of Honor, contact Marti Jones, CPSF Executive Director, at [email protected].

For more information about Conway Public Schools Foundation, visit