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Spring 2016 Locations
(continually being updated)
Spring registration will open online Wednesday, January 13th, but there’s no need to race to the computer!
Registration operates on a computer generated lottery process.
Registration will remain open for two weeks: Jan. 13th – Jan. 27th 2016.
If a program is not full after lotteries are run, the registration will re-open and participants will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis until the team is full. Registration closes Jan. 6th, which is one week after the season starts.
After two weeks, a random computer generated lottery will be run for all schools. After the lottery is run all remaining spots will open up to first come, first serve registration
Girls who do not attend the host school, but would like to participate in GOTR at a specific location, may register if space allows starting Jan. 28th.
IF YOU ARE SELECTED IN THE LOTTERY:
You will receive an email that you have been selected and your credit card will be charged.
IF YOU ARE NOT SELECTED IN THE LOTTERY:
You will receive an email that you are on the waiting list, and your credit card will not be charged, unless you move from the waiting list to the registered list.
All girls must be able to commit to BOTH practice days and times in order to participate.
Please make sure this is possible BEFORE registering. Thank you!
Any child engaged in behavior that threatens the health or welfare of other participants, coaches or other key Girls on the Run volunteers will be released from participating in the program. Threatening behavior may include but is not limited to: physical injury, emotional maltreatment, abuse of prescription or illegal drugs, use of alcohol, carrying firearms or other dangerous items, using any item in a dangerous way, or any other activity determined by a coach or administrator to be threatening to anothers health or well-being. Girls on the Run , their coaches, and key Girls on the Run volunteers reserve the right to remove any child from participation for any reason that does not fit the mission and goals of the organization.
Should you have questions regarding the program, please contact Jennifer West at 717-629-6329 or email@example.com.
* If your school says “paper registration” girls will be able to pick a registration form up at the designated area when school begins.
Registration will close for the season on March 6th.
Spring 2016 Dates:
|Event||Time and Place|
|Online registration opens Jan. 13th. All schools using online registration will be using the lottery style registration. For more information on that, please visit our program information page.||Jan. 13th www.gotrlancaster.org|
|After the lottery is run on Jan. 27th all remaining spots will be open to first come first serve registration.||Lottery registration period is Jan. 13th-Jan. 27th|
|Lottery is run. Sites with remaining space available after the lottery is run will reopen for first come first serve registration.||Jan. 28th|
|Season Begins!||Week of Feb. 29th|
|Online registration closes||March 4th at midnight www.gotrlancaster.org|
|GOTR 5k presented by OAL. Open to the public||May 14th, 9:00 am at Franklin and Marshall|
|Season Ends -|
|Week of May 16th|
Past sites are not automatically guaranteed to have a fall team. If your school had a team in the past and they are not listed, that means we do not have any coaches for the fall at that school. If you would like to coach at a school that isn’t listed as having a team yet, please contact Jennifer West for more information.
Participants have until the 4th practice to withdraw from GOTR and still receive a refund. After that refunds are not available.
Questions regarding this? Email Jennifer West
If you are interested in learning more about becoming a coach, please contact Jennifer West.
Season registration is $150.00 per girl per season based upon the sliding scale below.
Our registration fee is $150.00, however we offer financial assistance to those in need based on household income and ask that a minimum of $10 be paid. Partial and Full assistance is based on annual household income and are available to anyone. Please use our sliding scale below, if additional assistance is needed outside of our registration rates below, please call (717-629-6329) or email Jennifer West. Thank you. We never want money to be a reason not to join GOTR.
All financial information is kept confidential.
|Family Income:||Program Fee:|
|Greater than $55,000||$150.00|
|*Minimum payment is $10.00 per participant|
Online payment is with a credit card only (Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Discover). If additional payment options are necessary, please email Jennifer West or call 717-629-6329 to make arrangements.
For siblings, when $150 is paid for the first girl, subsequent sisters can pay a 10% discount.
Coaches’ daughters please accept our appreciative registration discount. You pay only $100 for first child and $75 for subsequent daughters.
If additional financial assistance is needed please contact Jennifer West at firstname.lastname@example.org
The registration fees support the following areas:
Each girl receives:
a season t-shirt
a race t-shirt
is registered for the 5k at no cost
end of season gift
gifts from national sponsors
a medal as they finish 5k
Grown_up Guide for parents
a lifetime of confidence and the power to walk tall
The fee covers:
liability insurance to protect the girls and coaches
CPR/First Aid training for all Head Coaches
background checks on every volunteer (over 500)
intensive coaches’ training
copies of curriculum binders
coaches’ boxes containing materials for the season
5k race day pre-race primping materials
end of season gathering of teams
supplies and thank you note materials for girls to use
Girls on the Run International annual renewal fee
Girls on the Run is giving girls the tools to navigate the Girl Box
(that place where girls go somewhere between 3rd-8th grade when they begin losing their true authentic selves).
At Girls on the Run girls learn to:
celebrate their bodies,
honor their voices,
recognize their gifts, and, activate their power!
The intangible gifts your girls will receive are “an investment of a lifetime”! Read what parents and girls are telling us:
“My daughter is having such a good experience she came home last week and made a list of all the letters of the alphabet of the things that GOTR is teaching her–awesomeness, beauty, courage……” -GOTR parent