With all that has been going on in our World, we wanted to give everyone the opportunity to share NASP® memories, images and stories.
Please join this effort by posting NASP® archery images, stories and such to your social media accounts.
We know a lot of you are missing our on your normal social activities. Archery being one of many I am sure. This is an opportunity to let everyone know what you are all missing during these trying times.
- Make sure the post is set to “Public”
- Share memories, pictures and stories using the hashtag – #naspschools2020
- By uploading images and stories using #naspschools2020, you are authorizing the National Archery in the Schools Program to “share” these as we see fit to our National social media accounts.
I am a high school Junior at James Clemens high school in Madison, Alabama and have been doing archery for three years now! I was wondering if there was anyway y’all could recognize my head coach Mrs. Marcia Humphrey. She is the best person and coach in the entire world! She has worked so hard to start an archery team in our middle and high school in the past few years. She makes sure all of us have the skill and talents required while still making she we have fun. She has made sure that our team is very inclusive and that we all are one big family. She recently had two huge knee replacements and has missed most of this archery season because she is also a teacher and with the surgeries she wasn’t able to attend due to her not being able to walk. Now with COVID-19 she is upset that our season got cut short, as is the reason of the team. Mrs. Humphrey was really looking forward to Nationals and hopefully Worlds this year. Archery is 100% her passion and she loves our team with everything in her entire heart. She has put her life on hold for the well being of our archery team. I know this is a long shot, emailing y’all trying to get her recognition. But I think it is worth the try because she is so important to our team, school, community, and the NASP® program. Anything would be wonderful, even just a post on Facebook saying how much we love her, but I just thing it would make her happy seeing people say how much we love her.
Cassidy Van Oostrom