The Conway Board of Education is set to meet at 6 p.m. May 8 at the administration building at 2220 Prince St. The meeting is open to the public.

Each month, the district selects a student from one school to highlight at the meeting. This month’s student representative is Conway High School’s Gopi Luhki.

Per the board’s agenda, members are set to look at and approve regular items including minutes from the April meeting, purchase orders, policy changes, salary schedules and more.

During the superintendent’s report, the class of 2018 top 10 honor graduates and this year’s students with a perfect ACT score will also be recognized.

In addition, the CHS Quiz Bowl Team — Matt Depner, Hunter Davis, Harrisson Hite, Kate Parrack, Nada Tolba, Archer Murray, Hunter Fleming, Mitchell Lovely and Tanner Ruth — will also be recognized for recent competition outcomes.

Also listed on the agenda is a look at the 2018 CHS Yearbook and the results of the recognition of the Duke Tip students.

“Conway Public School District had 94 seventh grade students enrolled in the Duke University Talent Identification Program,” agenda documents read. “Students were identified and invited to participate in the program based on their performance on state testing.”

Introductions to the new Carl Stuart Middle School Principal Chris Barnes, Ida Burns Elementary Assistant Principal Amy Howell and Jim Stone Elementary Assistant Principal Stephanie DeFoor will also be made.

The board will also:

• Hear four policies for review.

• Hear presentations of school action plans.

• Consider seven resignations and three new hires.