The Pathways Coalition is very excited to begin its 13th season of Girls on the Run in October.
This after-school program for girls in third through fifth grades inspires girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates physical activity. To ensure the safety of girls and coaches, our curriculum has been modified to include physical distancing precautions and the ability to seamlessly transition between in-person and virtual programming as needed.
If you know a girl who might be interested in joining a team and exploring valuable lessons such as standing up for themselves and others and practicing empathy, inclusion, and acceptance, registration forms can be found at tinyurl.com/GOTR21 or the Keet Gooshi Heen Elementary School front office. Scholarships are available. Registration is due Sept. 26.
If you want to get involved in the community and help build self-esteem and healthy social and emotional skills in third- through fifth-grade girls, then you should consider applying to coach. Coaches will have the opportunity to attend practices one or two days a week from October to December, as well as participate in a 5K community fun run on Dec. 11. No running experience necessary. New coaches can apply at tinyurl.com/newcoach2021, and returning coaches can apply at tinyurl.com/GOTRcoach2021 by September 19th.
Our recruitment fliers are attached. Please share this information with anyone who may be interested in coaching or registering their girl, and feel free to reach out to Emma Thompson at GOTR@safv.org or 747-3489 with any questions. Pathways will offer Boys Run I toowú klatseen this spring.