At Home/Curriculum Activities:
Girls on the Run week 3/16-3/20
Girls on the Run week 3/23-3/27
Girls on the Run week 3/30-4/3
Girls on the Run week 4/6-4/10
Girls on the Run week 4/13-4/17
Girls on the Run week 4/20-4/24
Girls on the Run week 4/27-5/1
GOTR coloring pages:
STRIDE week 3/16-3/20
STRIDE week 3/23-3/27
STRIDE week 3/30-4/3
STRIDE week 4/6-4/10
STRIDE week 4/13-4/17
STRIDE week 4/20-4/24
STRIDE week 4/27-5/1
Paper Registration Teams:
Financial Assistance is available to all students who meet the state's qualification for free/reduced lunch. Participants receiving financial assistance are asked to submit supporting documentation such as the free/reduced lunch letter from the county, a copy of the tax return 1040, or two consecutive paycheck stubs.
We never want money to be a reason why a child cannot participate in the program, so in the situation where a family does not meet the state financial assistance standards, we are happy to work with people on a case by case basis. And, if $30 is just too out of reach, we have limited additional grant funding available to assist with additional scholarships.
New Balance Shoes Program
Girls on the Run and STRIDE of Coastal Carolina has shoe program. We purchase new shoes for children who are in desperate need of a new pair of running shoes. Availability of shoes is not guaranteed, but we make ever effort to purchase shoes for every child that needs a pair.
How it works: The first week of the season coaches are sent New Balance Shoe Certificate forms. We ask coaches to fill them out on a child's behalf. Please do not submit one form for an entire team as we do not have the resources to provide that many shoes. Shoe Certificates are due the second week of the program and shoes are mailed directly to the program site. Many coaches will hang onto the shoes throughout the season (letting the child wear them during practice) as a way to ensure the shoes don't get misplaced along the way.
The coach manual provides an overview of all policies and procedures. These are in place to help protect our participants, protect our coaches, and maintain the quality of the program and improve the consistency of program delivery.
Some highlights of these policies include:
Coaches are encouraged to use the Incident Report Form to help communicate with parents and the Council Director any issues that arise pertaining to the late pick up, absences and behavior issues. Before a participant is dismissed from the program the Council Director must have written documentation of the issue and must have spoken with the parent/guardian to address the issue.
Coaches must use the Accident Report Form to record any injuries, illnesses, or major incidents that occur during practice.
On Race Day Coaches Should –
All GOTR/STRIDE Participants and Coaches arrive ONE HOUR prior to the start of the race.
8am race start – 7am arrival
9am race start – 8am arrival
All sites have signs which are placed alphabetically in the race area. Tell your participants to find you at your sign.
EARLY arrival is important so that participants have enough time to –
1. Find their team
2. Get their bib from their coach
3. Work out any last minute issues (s/a they do not have a bib)
4. Warm Up, Stretch, Get PUMPED
Every participant needs to have a running buddy with them on race day.
Running Buddy Policies:
Running buddies receive a race tshirt, chip timing, and are eligible for age group awards including the YCC Run Series
Only $20 the first month of the program – encourage parents to get those running buddies registered ASAP to take advantage of the low price.