School officials in Conway say that theyll need at least a four mill tax increase to raise 35 million dollars for campus improvements. They say necessary improvements include renovations at the east and west high schools and a new school for fifth and sixth graders. Officials said the additions would ease overcrowding and solve growth needs for the next eight to ten years. School board president Terry Fiddler said that in some Conway schools students are quote -- "on top of each other." Right now Conway has a 32-point-two mill rate. With the four extra mills, a homeowner with a $100,000 property would pay $80 more per year. The school board said that it would revisit the topic again in March, after estimates come through.