Posted May 25, 2016 4:14 pm by Comments

By Michelle Scheuermann

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DALLAS, TX (Ammoland.Com)– Dallas Ecological Foundation’s (DEF) Outdoor Adventures program was well represented at the recent National Archery in the Schools (NASP) program with 200 students from nine North Texas schools participating in the competition out of a pool of more than 13,000. The tournament was held in Louisville, Ky. May 12 through May 14. Furthermore, a cumulative total of $21,000 in scholarship monies was awarded to Outdoor Adventures students because of their outstanding archery accomplishments

Outdoor Adventures (OA) is a copyrighted and fully accredited physical education curriculum that can be taught in both public and private secondary schools throughout the nation. NASP archery is just one of many great units offered during this 180-day curriculum. OA also provides students with the opportunity to learn skills related to hunter education, wildlife conservation, competitive shooting, angler education, boater education, survival skills, camping, orienteering, outdoor cooking and CPR/First Aid. While OA is designed to develop student’s outdoor skills in a fun and interactive way, the course also helps improve confidence and self-esteem and provides its scholars with an opportunity to learn valuable life skills that can be applied throughout life.

Schools represented at the tournament include: Allen High School, Lewisville’s Arbor Creek …Read the Rest

Source:: AmmoLand

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