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Pennsylvania Game Commission NASP Fact Sheet
Assessing and Evaluating the National Archery in the Schools Program
National Archery in the Schools Brochure
If you would like to receive a packet of information in the mail for your school or organization, email email@example.com with contact information and any other questions you might have.
Once a commitment letter is received, an equipment kit is orderd by your school. Some equipment, such as quivers and bow storage boxes, can be constructed in your school or at home. Some technology education classes have even helped to build some of this equipment. After your equipment order arrives, you will work with the PGC to coordinate a free Basic Archery Instructor (BAI) training course for your instructors. The eight-hour course covers everything from setting up a range in your school to coaching students on shooting form. To set up a BAI training for your school or to find one for an instructor in your area, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
|Sample Commitment Letter||Bow Storage Box Construction Plans|
|Equipment Kit Sample Order||Quiver Construction Plans|
|Public School and Goverment Order Form (Excel)||NASP Replacement Parts Order Forms|
|Non-Profit and Private School Order Form (Excel)||NASP Arrow Rest Replacement Information|
|Tax-Exempt Form (Only for Public Schools and Government)|
Bowhunting in the Commonwealth: For some students, the next step in shooting may be bowhunting. In the 2011 archery season, nearly 300,000 bowhunters bought archery licenses. If students are interested in pursuing bowhunting, the Game Commission's Successful Bowhunting would be a great way for them to get into the sport. For more information, contact the Pennsylvania Game Commission's Hunter Education Division at 717-787-7015.
Download a pdf about Successful Bowhunting.
Community organizations: Many sportsmen's clubs and other organizations offer opportunities for young archers to participate in their events. Contact email@example.com to identify some of these clubs and opportunities for NASP students to pursue. If you are aware of an organization that offers an opportunity for young archers, please contact this email as well with more information on your organization or event.
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