Girls on the Run

Girls on the Run® is an after-school program that uses the power of running to prepare girls for a lifetime of self-respect and healthy living.  Sites meet twice a week in small teams of 8-20 girls. We teach life skills through fun, engaging lessons that celebrate the joy of movement. The 10-week program is taught by certified Girls on the Run® coaches and includes three parts: understanding ourselves, valuing relationships and teamwork, and understanding how we connect with and shape the community.

Girls on the Run is about so much more than running, we honor our Core Values:

  • Embrace our differences and find strength in our connectedness

  • Express joy, optimism, and gratitude through our words, thoughts, and actions

  • Nurture our physical, emotional, and spiritual health

  • Lead with an open heart and assume positive intent

  • Stand up for ourselves and others.

Who Participates:  Any 3rd -8th-grade girl

Sites include Berryton Elementary, Bishop Elementary, Elmont Elementary, Farley Elementary, Jay Shideler Elementary, Landon Middle School, Logan Elementary, Northern Hills Elementary, Pauline Central Primary, Randolph Elementary, Rossville Grade School, Royal Valley Middle School, Shawnee Heights Elementary, State Street Elementary, St. Mary’s Grade School, Tecumseh North Elementary, Tecumseh South Elementary, Williams Magnet, West Indianola Elementary.

Meeting:  Programs meet twice a week. The days and times are site-specific.  Attendance is very important; participants need to be able to attend both meetings each week.

Starting Date: TBA

Ending Date:  TBA

5K Event:  TBA

Fees:  No girl will ever be turned away for an inability to pay program fees.  A sliding fee scale based on income and free/reduced lunch eligibility is available to any family who needs assistance for their daughter to participate.  Assistance for families facing a temporary hardship is also available (please see registration form).

Registration information can be found at

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