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    Girls on the Run

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    Girls on the Run® is a 10-week after school program for girls in 3rd-8th grades. We inspire girls to be joyful, healthy, and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum that creatively integrates running.

    A recent independent study provides compelling evidence that Girls on the Run is highly effective at driving transformative and lasting change in the lives of third to fifth grade girls. The program’s intentional curriculum places an emphasis on developing competence, confidence, connection, character, caring, and contribution in young girls through lessons that incorporate running and other physical activities. Throughout the course of the ten-week program, girls learn critical life skills including managing emotions, resolving conflict, helping others and making intentional decisions. It is the combination of the research-based curriculum, trained coaches and a commitment to serve all girls that sets Girls on the Run apart from other after-school programs.

    Key Results:

    • 97% of girls said they learned critical life skills at Girls on the Run that they are using at home, at school and with their friends
    • 7 out of 10 girls who improved from pre-season to post-season sustained improvements in competence, confidence, connection, character, caring, or physical activity beyond the season’s end
    • Participants in Girls on the Run were significantly more likely than girls in physical education or organized sports programs to learn and use life skills, including managing emotions, resolving conflict, helping others and making intentional decisions
    • Girls who were the least active before Girls on the Run increased their physical activity level by 40 percent from pre-season to post-season and maintained this increased level beyond the program’s end

    Girls on the Run of Northern Arizona (GOTRNA) serves Coconino, Navajo, Apache, and Yavapai counties. Visit our website to get involved.

    To learn more, contact:

    Kelly Teeselink
    Council Director, Girls on the Run
    928.522.9452
    Email Kelly Teeselink

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