Children who grow up without learning to read are at a great disadvantage when it comes to their success later in life, Conway Bookcase Project Founder Jim Davidson said.
State officials announced a new safe schools initiative during a news conference at Greenbrier High School on Wednesday.
Greenbrier’s Lady Panther Softball Team recently committed their time to a worthy cause.
St. Joseph School’s Interact Club took part in EcoFest at Laurel Park Oct. 14th. The club, which is affiliated with the Conway Rotary Club, promoted digital citizenship and social media etiquette.
More than 80 students and faculty from the University of Central Arkansas hit the road Wednesday to spend their fall break in Houston providing assistance to families who were effected in the recent flooding disaster after Hurricane Harvey.
The addition to the Greenbrier Junior High School is on schedule and plans to be in by July of 2018 still remain.
Every year Conway High School assistant volleyball coach Andrea Fournier and her team raise funds to support someone in need.
Hendrix College President Bill Tsutsui conducted his radio show for College Radio Day alongside Hendrix student and KHDX-FM station manager Jacob Turner Oct. 6
PEAK Gifted and Talented students from Ellen Smith Elementary learned about 3-D printers, laser cutters and other tools at the University of Central Arkansas Makerspace during a field trip Monday.