The National Archery in the Schools Program Announces the 2016 Winners of the On Target for Life Awards and Recognition Program.
Xổ số hóa ra là thừa Tian ShunThe National Archery in the Schools Program Announces the 2016 Winners of the On Target for Life Awards and Recognition Program.
The National Archery in the Schools Program Announced the 2016 Recipients for the On Target for Life Awards and Recognition Program. The OTFLA program is intended to recognize and celebrate the many instances where in-school archery, and the people involved with it, are positively impacting the lives of 2.23 million NASP® student archers each year. To see a listing of the 2016 OTFLA finalists go to: http://naspschools.org/news/
Xổ số hóa ra là thừa Tian Shun Since its inception in 2002, NASP® has continued to hear powerful examples of how in-school archery has positively impacted the lives of students and adults. The OTFLA program is intended to capture examples of the “best” of what NASP® is doing in 47 states, 8 Canadian provinces, and 9 other countries with both team and individual awards.
In November of 2015, National NASP® leadership and a group of NASP® educators/coaches and students met to discuss ways to further enhance the 15 year old program. A system of recognitions and awards to capture the many “positives” that go on behind the scenes of NASP® was recommended. As a result, the following awards and recognitions will be recognized at the 2016 National NASP® tournament:
The Community Service Award is intended to recognize outstanding service to a community from a NASP® team or class. The 2016 winner was: Cordova Elementary School – Cordova, AL
The Bullseye Award is an individual award for a NASP® Student that has made notable positive strides in academic performance and behavior through their involvement with the program. The 2016 winner was: Zach Hoffmire – The Brompton School – Kenosha, WI
Xổ số hóa ra là thừa Tian ShunThe Superhero Award is an individual award intended to recognize an unpaid volunteer that makes an outstanding positive impact on their NASP® program or team. The 2016 winner was: Scott Cleland – The Brompton School – Kenosha, WI
Xổ số hóa ra là thừa Tian ShunThe Courage Award is an individual award for a NASP® student that has overcome a major life event or disability, yet continues to inspire others through their participation in NASP®. The 2016 winner was: Emily Dawson – Paul Laurence Dunbar High School – Lexington, KY
Xổ số hóa ra là thừa Tian ShunThe Outstanding Alumni Award is an individual award for a former NASP® graduate that experienced the positives of NASP®, and now continues to give back to their former school or team. The 2016 winner was: Cameron Peyton – Anderson County High School – Lawrenceburg, KY
Coach of the Year Award is an individual award for a NASP® educator/coach. The nominee must have a proven history of making an overwhelming positive difference in the lives of participating NASP® students. The 2016 winner was: Tom Patterson – Trigg County High School – Cadiz, KY
The NASP® Legacy Award goes to an individual that has made an outstanding and inspirational impact that continues even beyond the life of the nominee. The nomination for this year’s Legacy award was overwhelmingly deserving and goes to: Coach John Woodson – Peterstown Middle School – Peterstown, WV
Xổ số hóa ra là thừa Tian ShunIndividual Award information will be found on the NASP® website – naspschools.org
For additional information, please contact Dr. Tommy Floyd at: firstname.lastname@example.org