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Tips for Reading Success
October: Technology with Mrs. Wiltshire
Conway's Teacher of the Year is Mrs. Laura Dunneback. Please read about Mrs. Dunneback here.
Conway's Service Employee of the Year is Ms. Linda Howard. Please read about Ms. Howard here.
Online School Payments: Parents/guardians can now pay for fieldtrips, school fees, products, and services online using this link.
Office Hours: 8 AM - 4 PM,
School Supply List for 2015-16 school year is located here.
October is Disability History and Awareness Month
October is Disability History and Awareness Month.
Disability history education and awareness will promote positive attitudes in schools creating a culture of mutual respect, understanding, and equal opportunities for all.
Youth with disabilities, family members, staff from the Virginia Department of Education, the Virginia Board for People with Disabilities, and the Virginia Commonwealth University Partnership for People with Disabilities have developed a variety of resources used to promote and highlight awareness in Virginia during October. For resource links and additional details, please view our Parent Resource Center web page here.
Impact Aid - Student-Parent Survey Form
Your assistance is needed in identifying students with federal connections that qualify for the Impact Aid federal grant program. This process helps ensure Stafford County Public Schools qualification for and level of Federal Funding for providing K through 12 educational services. Please click on the link below for additional information and the Student-Parent Survey.
Stafford County Public Schools partners with Stafford County Fire & Rescue in Operation Warm Coats for Kids Campaign
Through generous donations, collaboration and teamwork, Stafford County Fire & Rescue will provide new warm winter coats to Stafford students in need this winter. Operation Warm Coats for Kids believes that the gift of a new coat provides more than physical warmth; it warms the heart of a child, lifts their spirits and shows them they’re valuable and they matter. A new coat helps students make their journey to school even on the coldest of days and inspires hope in a dignified way.
During the next few weeks, Stafford Schools will gather information and provide Stafford County Fire & Rescue the size, type/color, and quantity of coats needed for our students. Because cold weather is just around the corner, these coats will be delivered to Stafford County Schools by the Fire & Rescue Department on October 28, 2015.
For additional information on the program, please visit the Stafford County Fire & Rescue website at: www.staffordfirerescue.com and www.coats-for-kids.org. Stafford County families may contact their child’s school counselor to be placed on the list for a coat. To donate to Operation Warm Coats for Kids, go to https://donate.operationwarm.org/page/contribute/stafford-county
Apply for Free and Reduced Price Meals Online!
The Governor's Nutrition and Physical Activity Scorecard recognizes and rewards schools for encouraging healthy habits. The Web-based Scorecard application allows schools to compete locally and on a statewide level to see which school is healthiest.
We received a Silver Medal!
Conway is a CAREing and safe place where all children will become leaders of their lives.
At Conway we C.A.R.E. by being committed and accountable to one another through showing respect and effort in all we do.
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