This is where you will find information on the season for you and your girl. Check back frequently as we’ve always got something exciting to share ! Also, please be sure to read the Parent Scoop newsletters sent to your email. We will share information about the lessons as well as important dates and information for upcoming activities.
Registration opens on February 5th! Girls will start running the week of March 5th. Check our locations page to see if your school/site will have Girls on the Run this season and to get contact information for the site coordinator.
Train with your GOTR Girl and run, walk, or skip with us this season!
Girls on the Run teaches girls to set goals and achieve big things. Show your GOTR girl you are right there with her and train alongside her. We have 5 different training plans developed by running expert Jenny Hadfield. Choose the one that is best for you, so that no matter where you start, you’ll get to the 5k finish line!
Grown Up Guides
The Grown Up Guide is a tool for parents. The guide provides a brief overview of the lesson topics for each week along with questions and conversation starters.
- Grown Up Guide – Girls on the Run (English)
- Guia Para Adultos – Girls on the Run (Español)
- Grown Up Guide – Heart & Sole (English)
- Guia Para Adultos – Heart & Sole (Español)
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