Conway Public Schools District News
Conway's JROTC Cadets participate in Bataan Death March Commemoration at Camp Robinson.
Conway High School Computer Science Teacher Kimberly Raup has been named one of the 5 finalists for the 2021 Arkansas Computer Science Educator of the Year.
For the second year in a row, students at Conway High School offer their fellow students, parents, and community members a chance to visit their Black History Museum. This year, the virtual experience features the original work of hundreds of CHS students.
CHS Parent Messages
We are offering ACT Aspire Make-Ups for onsite and virtual 10th grade students on Thursday, May 6, and Thursday, May 13 at 9:00 a.m. in the first floor computer lab. Any 10th grader needing to complete testing is asked to attend. The information available to parents from the Aspire helps students and parents prepare for the ACT.
VIRTUAL SENIOR Chromebook and textbook collection will be Monday, May 10; Tuesday, May 11; and Wednesday, May 12. If your student was issued a Conway Public School District Chromebook from Conway High School, they should bring their Chromebook to the High School for collection. Fines and fees for damaged or missing Chromebooks or textbooks will be assessed on May 14. Fines and fees for damaged or missing Chromebooks:
Replacing Screen ($50)
Replacing Keyboard/Touchpad ($50)
Total Chromebook Replacement ($180)
For students who are taking the June 1 through June 11 AP Exams - If your student is taking an AP Exam between June 1 and June 11, they will be allowed to continue to use their school-issued Chromebook and AP textbooks until testing is complete. Your student’s Chromebook and textbooks will be collected on Monday, June 14, and Tuesday, June 15.
*Information for Chromebook/textbook collection for VIRTUAL SOPHOMORES and JUNIORS is forthcoming.
*On-site students will receive information about Chromebook/textbook collection at school.
If your student was given a district-issued hotspot, that will need to be returned as well.
Please read message below from Conway Corporation regarding modems:
“If you have been receiving free internet service from Conway Corporation this year, it is time to return that equipment as well. Conway Corp cable modems and cords must be returned to your child’s school by May 28th.
To uninstall your Conway-Corp modem, please disconnect the cable cord from the back of the modem by unscrewing the connector counter clockwise. Return both the modem and power cord to the school with your Chromebook.
For more help on how to disconnect the modem, please call Conway Corp at 501-450-6000.”
“Si ha estado recibiendo servicio gratuito de Internet del Conway Corporation este año, es hora de devolver ese equipo también. Los cables módems y cables de Conway Corp deben devolverse a la escuela de su hijo antes del Miércoles 28 de Mayo. Para desinstalar su módem Conway-Corp, desconecte el cable de la parte trasera del módem desenroscando el conector en sentido contrario. Devuelva el módem y el cable eléctrico a la escuela con tu Chromebook.
Para obtener más ayuda sobre cómo desconectar el módem, llame a Conway Corp y pida al Español al 501-450-6000."
Congratulations to these CHS Forensics & Debate team members for their award-winning performances at the Arkansas State Championship Forensics & Debate Tournament!
Madeline Bynum - 3rd place Program of Oral Interpretation & 4th place Dramatic Interpretation.
Lillian Goins - 3rd place Original Oratory.
Jackson Karl - 4th place Informative Speaking.
Camille Lambert - STATE CHAMPION Dramatic Interpretation!
Students are coached by Mrs. Casey Griffith, CHS Forensics & Debate coach.
Conway High School
Summer School 2021
Only for Students enrolled in CPSD for school year '20-'21
Current Grades: 10-11-12
Date: June 1 - June 18
Monday - Thursday
1 Session - 7:30 A.M. to 11 A.M.
2 Session - 12 Noon to 4 P.M.
1 Session - 7:30 A.M. - 11:30 A.M.
Deadline for registration is Tuesday, May 25, by 3:30 P.M. to Mrs. W. Jones.
Summer School Regulations:
Summer school is offered to students who need to recover credit for classes they failed during the regular school term.
Students will sign up for summer school through their counselors.
Summer School 2021 will be onsite.