Louisiana Bowling Proprietors of Association (LBPA) is committed to every Louisiana student learning how to bowl in PE class.
In-school bowling (Bowlers Ed) is a program designed specifically for P.E. teachers with a multi-disciplinary curriculum, free for elementary and middle schools to teach bowling in their school gyms.
LBPA has portable bowling lanes available for loan to schools, along with the free curriculum. The kits consist of a 20 foot long carpet marked like a bowling lane, 10 weighted plastic pins and a 4 or 5 lb bowling ball. In-school bowling encourages a love of fitness and helps reinforce skills such as:
• Computer skills
• Health and nutrition
• Language arts
• Physical education
• Reading comp
• Problem solving
• Social studies
If your school is interested in participating in this program, send a request email to JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING
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Louisiana Bowling Proprietors Association supports Bowlers Ed
“Every student in Louisiana learns to bowl in P.E.”
Louisiana Bowling Proprietors Association in conjunction with Bowling Proprietors Association of America support Physical Education programs by providing curricula (meeting all NASPE standards) and portable equipment so all students can learn to bowl in their gymnasium (or any space) on their campus. Bowling is the most popular life-time sport in America today.
FOR CADDO, BOSSIER AND SURROUNDING PARISHES, Contact Holiday Lanes in Bossier City for
- Field trips
- Teacher training
- Any other support needs for Bowlers Ed
Holiday Lanes loans out the portable lanes ideally in sets of 6 so that an entire class can participate in the exercises at one time. Lane kits are loaned out on a rotating basis in Bossier, Caddo and surrounding parishes for 2-3 weeks at a time. P. E. teachers are encouraged to contact Holiday Lanes to reserve lanes early to accommodate your schedule. Lanes are always available to the school because when the rotating schedule becomes full, Holiday Lanes procures additional equipment to accommodate teachers.
TO RESERVE LANES, PLAN FIELD TRIPS, OTHER LOCAL SUPPORT, Call Cheryl Reine, Youth Director 318-746-7331 or mobile 504-427-7885
FOR ADDITIONAL SUPPORT, Call Melanie Warmke, Proprietor - Holiday Lanes 318-464-9222
Grants for 6-lanes of equipment are available. Call Melanie Warmke 318-464-9222 for assistance in grant writing.
Additional curricula may be downloaded on the web at www.bowlered.com/login.asp (create a log in, then download)