National Archery in the Schools - Program Information

Archery Equipment Information

The basic archery kit contains the following:

  • 10 right-handed Genesis bows
  • 2 left handed Genesis bows
  • 5 targets
  • 5-dozen aluminum arrows
  • 1 backstop safety net
  • 1 equipment repair kit
  • 1 bow rack

This equipment is available to participating schools at a discounted rate.

Equipment News and Available Resources from NASP:

  • *New teaching tools are now available from nasparchery.com . The following training banners are available for purchase by submitting this order form.                                                                                         
  • Banner 1: Draw Length; Banner 2: 11 Steps to Archery Success
  • *Order Easton replacement parts for the NASP program easily with this order form.
  • Click here for information on the proper installation of a 'tied on string nock.'
  • For additional instructor resources and information, visit the NASP Web site.
  • Bow Storage Cases: Plano Archery Storage Packages are being offered at a discount to NASP members.  Click here for more information.

Possible sources for financial assistance:

  • School Districts general fund: When the administrators are introduced to this program and  see how this is program has positively influenced students across the state in the following areas:  attendance, behavior, self-esteem, confidence, on-task behavior, they have been finding the money.
  • 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program- http://public.doe.k12.ga.us
  • 21st Century Grants- www.ed.gov
  • Gear-Up Grants- www.ed.gov
  • GON Network
  • National Wild Turkey Federation
  • Ducks Unlimited 
  • Local Merchants sponsoring equipment with their logos on the equipment
  • After-School Alliances grants
  • Rotary Clubs:  Their International Program has adopted NASP as a great program to support-   www.rotary.org
  • Sportsmans Clubs
  • BASS Clubs
  • Parents/Citizens involved in fund raising activities
  • Selling Candy, car washes, donations on quilts, donations on a bow
  • Local archery shop or Sportsmans Club hosting a 3-D or indoor tournament all proceeds going  to local school for purchasing archery equipment
  • School hosting an archery tournament for community
  • Grants that target disadvantages students
  • Special needs student funds from local district
  • Currently there is 67 + million dollars of grants that is available through various physical  education grants that directly fit this program &all school systems have grant    writers that can assist with this. The disadvantage the grants may take 6 months to a year to be awarded.

 






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