The Missouri National Archery in the Schools Program helps build stronger, more confident and accomplished kids. It's modeled on the National Archery in the Schools Program, which began with a simple idea—teach kids the basics of archery as a part of school curriculum. Since NASP's beginnings in 2002, millions of kids across the nation have participated in the program.
Why MoNASP Works
Nearly everyone—regardless of age, size or physical ability—can succeed at archery. Kids love archery, and archery helps kids excel. Statistics show that school archery programs ...
Improve school attendance
Increase physical activity
Relate to subject matter
Appeal to all students
Get kids out-of-doors
Can become an after-school activity
How MoNASP Works
Missouri National Archery in the Schools Program supports international-style target archery in 4th- through 12th-grade physical education classes during the school day.
Educators often need help including new activities in their budgets. That’s why MoNASP (via the Department of Conservation and the Conservation Federation of Missouri) offers a $1500 rebate opportunity for equipment purchases. Basic Archery Instructor training is required for schools to participate in MoNASP and to qualify for related rebates.
Who to contact about MoNASP?
Rob Garver, Missouri National Archery in the Schools Program Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
573-522-4115, ext. 6507