Brynn & Aaron

What if…

there was a sport, at school,

that every one of your students could succeed with?...

What if…

more than 90% of your students – regardless of gender, ability or background – enjoyed the activity?...

What if…

students told you that taking part in this activity improved their outlook of you, their school and themselves?...

What if…

this activity has proven to be just as safe as the other sports you already have?...

in Nebraska & Beyond

In-school program aimed at improving educational performance among students in grades 4th – 12th.

Through it, students are learning focus, self-control, discipline, patience, and life lessons required to be successful in the classroom and in life.

Exceeds national standards (4-12th grade)

Aligning with state standards

PARTICIPATION:
SCHOOLS & STUDENTS

Country

SCHOOLS

IN-SCHOOL

AFTER-SCHOOL

TOTAL STUDENTS

Canada

533

31,920

9,663

41,583

Mongolia

1

15

15

30

Namibia

20

75

345

420

New Zealand

1

30

30

60

United States

8,173

1,057,386

257,2,118

1,314,420

South Africa

66

1,295

2l118

3,413

TOTAL

8,794

1,090,721

269,205

1,359,926

PARTICIPATION:
SCHOOLS & STUDENTS

  • Schools -- 8,794
  • Students -- 1,359,926
  • 5 Countries no school reports
    • Australia
    • Botswana
    • Zimbabwe
    • United Kingdom
    • British Virgin Islands

Participation:
Nebraska

295 Schools

- 12 new schools each year

20,000-35,000 students

- 50 to 100 students per school

OVERVIEW

  • Guiding Principles
  • Participation
  • Academic Archers
  • Scholarships
  • Tournament Overview
  • New Efforts Coming

GUIDING PRINCIPLES
UNCHANGED --17 YEARS

  • Safety
  • In-School
  • Target Archery
  • Standard Equipment
  • 4th-12th Grade Students
  • FW Agency Coordination
  • Lessons by Trained Teachers

GUIDING PRINCIPLES
UNCHANGED --17 YEARS

  • Safety
  • In-School
  • Target Archery
  • Standard Equipment
  • 4th-12th Grade Students
  • FW Agency Coordination
  • Lessons by Trained Teachers

SAFETY: According to the Archery Trade Association, injury data prove that archery is one of the safest sports. Archery’s injury rate per 1000 participants in 2017 was .57 placing it below golf, fishing, and tennis. The insurance industry recognizes archery's safe record, in many cases, an organizations standard general liability insurance coverage may be determined efficient. Extensive instructor training focusing on safe range set up and safety.

374 students in 2018/19

1,040 since 2016

SCHOLARSHIPS

  • State Tournament - $7,000
  • SACO Duels (school) - $1,000
  • NASP® National – $160,000

2017 NASP® STUDENT SURVEY

NASP® NATIONALS @ 14,908 KIDS

IS WORLD’S LARGEST

41% No Competitive Experience

58.18%

Connected

40.15%

Work Harder

NASP® WORKS FOR CONSERVATION

47.42%

19.3%

20% said friend or family in NASP® started them shooting

Brynn & Aaron
ngpc.NASP@nebraska.gov
402-471-6198

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