When do I have to complete the virtual race? Update! We have extended the virtual run and the time to submit results, see below...
Participants will be able to complete the event they sign up for anytime between February 7th-March 27th midnight. March 27TH AT MIDNIGHT IS THE LATEST YOU CAN SUBMIT RESULTS
What is the cost?
$25 for 5K, 10K or 1K. NOTE: There is an additional shipping cost if you want your shirt/finisher medal mailed.
What do I receive when I register for the run?
Participants that register for the virtual run will receive t-shirt/finisher medal. Register early to be guaranteed your shirt size!
Sounds great! How do I register?
Simply click on the REGISTER BUTTON on the top of the page.
When do I pick up my shirt/medal if I chose the local pick up option? UPDATE ON PACKET PICK UP, PLEASE READ BELOW!
If you registered by January 18th, you can pick up your shirt/medal on February 11th, 5:30-7 pm at the Rise School of Corpus Christi (2030 Rise Road). If you were unable to pick up your shirt/medal on Feb. 11th you can still pick it up on February 19th between 12-2 pm at the Rise School (2030 Rise Road)
If you registered between January 18th and February 17th you can pick up your shirt/medal on February 19th 12 pm - 2 pm at the Rise School of Corpus Christi (2030 Rise Road). If you are unable to pick up your shirt/medal on February 19th between 12-2 pm please email Vanessa Nisbet at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 361-814-9399 to set up a time/day to pick up.
If you registered for the virtual run between February 18th-March 24th you can pick up your shirt/medal either March 25th from 5:30 pm -7 pm or March 26th from 10 am -2 pm/3 pm -6:30 pm at the Rise School of Corpus Christi, 2030 Rise Road,
If you registered between March 25th-March 27th please call 361-814-9399 to schedule a pick up time for your shirt/medal.
When will my shirt/medal be mailed if I choose the shipping cost option?
Shirts will be mailed out the week of February 8th if registered by January 18th.
If registered between January 18th and February 17th and chose the shipping option, we will mail you your shirt/medal the week of February 15th.
If registered between February 18th-March 24th we will mail you your shirt/medal the week of March 22nd.
If registered between March 25th-March 27th we will mail you your shirt/medal the week of March 29th.
Who do I contact if I have questions pertaining to the virtual run?
Please contact Beatriz at 361-947-1540 or email email@example.com
How do I become a sponsor?
To become a sponsor simply download the Sponsorship form HERE and mail in the form OR you can email Vanessa Nisbet
Instructions for submitting time and other items (instructional videos below): From your confirmation email scroll down to the "Manage Registration" button. You will then be able to...
How do I print my bib?
How do I submit my time?
How do I print my certificate?
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The Rise School program prepares all of our students to succeed in general education classrooms at their elementary, middle, and high school levels and equips them to participate effectively in their places of employment. Children at Rise learn firsthand that their peers will have a range of abilities different from their own, and all Rise students acquire the gift of compassion and empathy for people of differing abilities, gifts they will carry with them throughout life.
For children with disabilities, Rise School’s fully-inclusive classroom allows them to observe and model after their peers, working to develop the same age-appropriate skills and behaviors they see their typically-developing peers exhibit. Modeling is a fundamental learning strategy used by every person to acquire new abilities. Rise believes that isolating children with developmental challenges in their own classrooms sets expectations low for their development needs and denies them the opportunity to learn at a pace with their peers. Our goal is for every child to be a valuable contributor in a general education setting, and all Rise students graduate from our pre-kindergarten program with a strong foundation in reading, writing, mathematics, technology self-awareness, and community mindedness.