Several boards of education across Faulkner County will meet this week to talk business.

Vilonia:

Members of the Vilonia Board of Education will gather for their regular meeting at 6 p.m. Monday.

Per the agenda, the group is set to consider raising the adult lunch price, the renewal of purchase service contract for the athletic trainer and other district purchases.

Board members will also vote whether to approve seven student transfer requests.

According to the agenda, the board will also enter into executive session to consider several new hires, resignations and contracts.

Conway:

Members of the Conway Board of Education will gather for their regular meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Board members will consider seven in-district petitions for student transfers and 12 out-of-district transfers during the beginning of the meeting.

The board will hear a back-to-school report and will introduce Conway High School’s Dean of Students Scott Schwartz.

K.K. Bradshaw, assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction, will give a report on curriculum and instruction and Jason Lawrence, director of support services, will give an update on the new safe rooms going in at Carl Stuart Middle School and Bob and Betty Courtway Middle School.

In addition, Lawrence will also give an update on two new school safety additions — the district built lobbies at both Conway High School and Conway Junior High to protect students — as well as the summer building project at Jim Stone Elementary.

Also on the agenda, the board will consider eight resignations and 36 new hires during the regular meeting.

Mayflower:

Members of the Mayflower Board of Education will gather for their regular meeting at 6 p.m. Monday.

During the meeting, the board will consider district expenses, student transfers, hear the start-of-school report, hear an educational improvement plant/test scores and look at resignations, employee waiver request and the superintendent evaluation.

Greenbrier:

The Greenbrier Board of Education will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday. The Log Cabin Democrat could not find an agenda online for the meeting.