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NASP/IBO 3-Star Challenge 2018 Schedule

April 13-14, 2018 NASP Western Nationals
   South Towne Exposition Center
 Salt Lake City, UT

May 10-12, 2018 NASP Eastern Nationals
   Kentucky Exposition Center
 Louisville, Kentucky 

June 7-9, 2018 NASP World 
  Kentucky Exposition Center
Louisville, Kentucky

August 10-12, 2018 IBO World 
  Snowshoe Mountain
Snowshoe, West Virginia

2018 Scholarships
2018 NASP Nationals East/West
$1500.00- Top Male and Female
$1250.00- Runner-up Male and Female
$1000.00- 3rd Place Male and Female
$750.00- 4th Place Male and Female
$500.00- 5th Place Male and Female
East/West total of $20,000.00!!!!

IBO World
$1000.00- Top Overall Male and Female from all three events.
$500.00- Runner-up Male and Female from all three events.
$500.00- Two randomly drawn names.
For a total of $4,000.00!!!

New IBO Sponsored Scholarship
(Eligible to any archer that competed at a State Level NASP 3D, NASP Nationals, NASP World, and IBO World)
$1000.00- Four random drawn names.
For a total of $4,000.00!!!




VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!!
 Please contact the IBO office if you are available to help as a range official. 
We are expecting over 5,000 3D participants at the NASP Nationals
 so your help for this event would be greatly appreciated! Lunch and volunteer incentives will be provided.

National Archery In Schools Program (NASP)
Educators are looking for ways to improve student motivation, attention, behavior, attendance, and focus. Teachers strive to achieve state and national educational standards regarding development of micro and macro motor ability and listening and observation skills. They hope to engage each student in the educational process and develop relationships to promote graduation instead of drop-out.

Wildlife Conservation agencies are concerned too many young people are forgoing learning outdoor skills that will inspire them to spend more time with wild things in wild places. Natural resource professionals are convinced learning target shooting skills will result in character and self-reliance development that will serve the future of wildlife conservation well.

The National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP©) was developed to serve these specific educational and conservation purposes. NASP© was co-created by the Kentucky Departments of Fish & Wildlife Resources and Department of Education and Mathews Archery in the late summer and fall of 2001. The program was launched in 21 Kentucky middle schools on March 3, 2002. Originally called the "Kentucky Archery in the Schools Program", the effort's goal was to enroll 120 schools and teach target archery skills to 24,000 students each year. Kentucky gave itself three years to achieve this goal.

Within the program's first year the 120-school goal was achieved and because of neighbor-state interest, "National" replaced "Kentucky" in the program's name. NASP© also expanded its participation standards to include students in 4th-12th grade. Shortly afterwards NASP© was granted 501 c(3) non-profit educational foundation status. NASP© is overseen by an all-volunteer board of directors. Every state, province and country enrolled in NASP© has a "Coordinator" in charge of leading the program in their jurisdiction.

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