Physical Education Lacrosse
US Lacrosse provides support for everything you need to bring the nation’s fastest growing team sport to your classroom.
Teacher-friendly, easy-to-use co-ed curriculum designed for use with soft-lacrosse equipment in a safe, non-contact version the game. The curriculum provides age specific unit plans, lesson plans, drills, games, educational handouts, cross-curricular activities and more. Aligns with national standards and was developed in partnership with the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE).
US Lacrosse offers soft lacrosse equipment grants which include full class sets (25 soft sticks and balls) of equipment and a curriculum copy to qualifying applicants. These can be awarded to individual teachers or organization-wide to multiple schools in a system.
Read More About Soft Stick Equipment Grants
Learn how to teach lacrosse in a fun, modified, easy-to-learn manner that engages all children using the Physical Education Curriculum. US Lacrosse provides in-service training and in-service grants though its local chapters and national office. View handy tips from our expert teachers.
Tips for Teachers More Info on Training Workshops
The US Lacrosse web site is full of information about the sport, athlete health and safety, how to start a team, and other valuable services provided by the national governing body. Membership to US Lacrosse also provides a subscription to Lacrosse Magazine, the premier youth-focused publication devoted to men’s and women’s lacrosse current events.
Health & Safety
Start-Up Assistance and Playing Opportunities
If your students want to pursue traditional men’s or women’s lacrosse, US Lacrosse provides start-up information, grants and assistance to new programs. We also provide a network of over 60 local chapters committed to helping grow lacrosse at the grassroots level.
New Start Info