The Student Air Rifle Program (SAR) is excited to expand to Kentucky. A total of 17 individuals were certified as SAR Basic Air Riflery Instructors (BARI) during the BARI training workshop in Nicholasville, KY occurring on June 30, 2022.
“Teachers start by exploring their gym or outdoor range area with a lesson on “Target Shooting Safety & Range Set-up”. They then engage with the equipment, spend time understanding the “11 Steps to Air Riflery Success”, and end with a lesson on “Air Riflery & Beyond”. All nine lessons in the SAR curriculum are designed to be taught to students in grades 4 – 12 and provide a solid introduction to target shooting in a safe and fun way. We are thrilled to bring SAR to Kentucky and provide an additional shooting sport for KY schools to participate in,” mentioned Jake Hindman, President and CEO of SAR.
Kentucky joins several other states where SAR is offered including Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Indiana, Pennsylvania, and Texas. For more information on KY SAR, send an email to email@example.com.
About the Student Air Rifle Program (SAR):
SAR, developed by the Missouri Youth Sport Shooting Alliance (MYSSA™), is a 501(c)3 nonprofit. SAR uses school aligned units of study, teacher training, universal whistle commands, positive language, and standardized equipment to facilitate an introduction to the lifetime sport of target shooting to school-aged youth in grades 4 through 12. Follow SAR on Facebook and Instagram by searching “Student Air Rifle Program-SAR”.
For more information about the Student Air Rifle Program (SAR), visit www.studentairrifleprogram.org.