Search the Site

Search News
Oklahoma City Schools Commit to Making Students Healthier with CATCH Program
February 21, 2017  | By CATCH Global Foundation

A grant from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma will support implementation of evidence-based school health program in nine OKCPS schools. AUSTIN – Nine Oklahoma City Public Schools (OKCPS) will begin implementing a program designed to help kids eat […]

Read More
CATCH in Oklahoma: Carnegie and Guymon Results!
February 20, 2017  | By CATCH Global Foundation

In January of 2016, CATCH Global Foundation partnered with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma to bring CATCH to 2,200 students in Guymon and Carnegie Public Schools in rural Oklahoma. This initiative, the Western Oklahoma CATCH Coordinated School Health Initiative, aimed to increase physical activity and […]

Read More
UC CalFresh in Action! CATCH PE Training at Dogwood Elementary School, UCCE Imperial County
February 9, 2017  | By CATCH Global Foundation

This blog post comes to us from the “UC CalFresh Weekly Update” published by our friends at University of California CalFresh Nutrition Education: “UC CalFresh Nutrition Educator, Paul Tabarez, has been working closely with teachers at Dogwood Elementary School in […]

Read More
Stick with your resolutions by stepping up to the Texas Community Challenge!
January 30, 2017  | By CATCH Global Foundation

This week we’re happy to feature a guest blog from our friends over at IT’S TIME TEXAS, written by Caroline Fothergill: “When you were setting your New Year’s resolutions, you may have stumbled upon the grim fact that only eight percent of […]

Read More
Let’s Move! Active Schools District Grants – Applications Due Jan 31!
December 21, 2016  | By CATCH Global Foundation

      CATCH Global Foundation will award up to two (2) Let’s Move! Active Schools District Grants to support the implementation of the CATCH Coordinated School Health model. Download Application Form Awarded Districts will receive: One (1) day of […]

Read More
Impressive Community-Driven Results from Detroit YMCA’s CATCH After-School Program
November 2, 2016  | By CATCH Global Foundation

It’s been a year since the YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit teamed up with the CATCH Global Foundation in October of 2015 to bring evidence-based CATCH (Coordinated Approach To Child Health) programming to all YMCA after-school sites in Metro Detroit. The […]

Read More
Grandview Elementary Embraces CATCH After Kick-Off Week
October 26, 2016  | By CATCH Global Foundation

In this blog post, we’re delighted to feature an update sent to us from the staff at Grandview Elementary in Bloomington, Indiana: “CATCH has been a wonderful program that Grandview Elementary has embraced with great enthusiasm.  Grandview is still working […]

Read More
CATCH Returns to Ysleta Independent School District to launch Phase 2 with Tremendous Support from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas and Paso del Norte Foundation
October 21, 2016  | By CATCH Global Foundation

The CATCH Global Foundation is proud to announce significant results at 14 Ysleta Independent School District (YISD) elementary schools in El Paso, TX during Phase 1 implementation of the highly effective, evidence-based CATCH (Coordinated Approach To Child Health) program. The […]

Read More
New CATCH Early Childhood Coordination Kit Available Free
October 20, 2016  | By CATCH Global Foundation

The CATCH Early Childhood Program provides a proven and easy to implement action plan for teaching children to make healthy choices and creating a learning environment that encourages healthy eating and physical activity. The new CATCH Early Childhood Coordination Kit, […]

Read More
Video Highlights from CATCH Launch in New Orleans
September 17, 2016  | By CATCH Global Foundation

This summer, CATCH was implemented in eight elementary schools in New Orleans’ Jefferson Parish Public School System (JPPSS) thanks to an $80,000 charitable grant provided by the Humana Foundation. The project, called the New Orleans CATCH Coordinated School Health Initiative, is helping to […]

Read More