Reach Up exists to help Conway Middle School students achieve academically, grow spiritually, and build character.
The vision of Reach Up is to surround middle school students with the support and resources needed to overcome the challenges that prevent them from success.
Volunteers Needed to Help Students with Homework
Reach Up needs volunteers to help the students with their homework. You don't even have to remember your middle school math to help! Some of the help needed is sitting with a student while he or she is using the computer just to keep an eye on things or working with them with flash cards. If you are good with math, there are many students who need help with that.
We really need volunteers to make this program successful. We're very flexible. You can choose the amount of time you want to spend whether it's one day a week or one day a month or anything in between and whether it's from 4 to 5 pm or 4 to 5:30 pm. For more info, see Be a Volunteer!
Pam Auschwitz is the Reach Up Program Director
Pam Auschwitz is the Reach Up Program Director. Her last 12 years of ministry have focused on families and children. Her husband, Chuck Auschwitz, is pastor at Conway First Baptist Church. They have a daughter and have lived in the Conway community since 2007.
Pam says, "I am excited to be a part of Reach Up. I cannot wait to see how God is going to use this program to impact the lives of both the volunteers and the young people of Conway Middle School."