Girls on the Run of New Hampshire is proud to serve the entire state of New Hampshire, which includes the following 10 counties: Coös, Grafton, Carroll, Belknap, Strafford, Merrimack, Sullivan, Cheshire, Hillsborough, Rockingham. Click on the programs below to learn more and see individual program locations.
PARENTS AND GUARDIANS!
CHECK OUT OUR LIST OF SITE START DATES HERE!
PLEASE NOTE: When the lottery selection takes place on 2/15/17, please check your confirmation email for the specific start date for your girl's specific team.
ATTENDANCE POLICY: Girls are not allowed to attend only one session a week and should not sign up for the program if there is a known conflict. Girls must commit to both full 90-minute lessons each week. A girl who is absent more than 3 times during the season may be removed from the program. Absences due to illness or family emergencies are excused.
REFUND POLICY: Due to the importance of group dynamics and the experiential learning process of the GOTR curriculum, girls who are absent for more than three (3) practices during one season will no longer be eligible to participate in GOTR and no refund will be issued. It is critically important to the efficacy of the girls program experience that they participate in both sessions held each week. Please know that a girl will not be allowed to join a team, even if there is an open spot on the roster, after the completion of the first two practices.
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS: This opportunity is now closed for our spring 2017 season. Please check back in early July for our fall 2017 scholarship application.
RESPECTFUL BEHAVIOR POLICY: Girls are expected to behave in a way that permits the coaches to carry out the day’s scheduled activities. Girls who are continually disruptive in a way that prevents the rest of the group from experiencing the benefits of the program may be asked to leave for the rest of the season. A child who engages in behavior that threatens the health or welfare of other participants, administrators or coaches will be released from the program for the remainder of the season. Threatening behavior may include but is not limited to: physical injury, emotional mistreatment, 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 of another person’s health or well-being. Girls on the Run, its coaches, and administrators reserve the right to remove from participation any child who for any reason does not fit the mission and goals of the organization.
Girls on the Run International understands the importance of protecting youth in our programs and therefore wishes to provide a safe and secure environment. The only individuals that should be present during the Girls on the Run/Heart & Sole program sessions are registered participants and their certified coaches. We ask that parents do not stay during practice time, allowing coaches to have the full attention of all participants and maintaining the safety and confidentiality of all participants. Thank you for your understanding and attention to this policy.