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WEBINAR: Welcome Students Back with CATCH & SEL Journeys™ (Including Info on ESSER Funds!)
July 16, 2021  | By CATCH Global Foundation

WHEN: July 28, 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM (CDT) Register For years, CATCH has set itself apart by offering an evidence-based approach to addressing student nutrition and physical education through a coordinated Whole Child wellness program. Recognizing the urgent need […]

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CATCH adds Social & Emotional Learning to Health Ed Lineup, Acquires EduMotion’s SEL Journeys™ Program
June 16, 2021  | By CATCH Global Foundation

CATCH, known for high-quality Whole Child wellness programs, integrates the proven SEL program, with EduMotion founder Margot Toppen to join the CATCH team. June 16, 2021, AUSTIN, TX – As part of a strategic expansion into Social Emotional Learning (SEL), […]

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CATCH Global Foundation to Bring “Restart Smart” Trainings and Whole Child Wellness Programming to Michigan Schools
August 20, 2020  | By CATCH Global Foundation

Schools Enroll Here Dozens of schools will get the evidence-based school wellness program CATCH®, while up to 200 schools statewide will receive virtual training on resuming Health & PE post Covid-19, thanks to $252,000 in grants from the Michigan Health […]

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When Are We Going to Teach Health? Chapter 6
November 25, 2019  | By CATCH Global Foundation

“Tobacco Avoidance: Defusing the E-Cigarette Explosion” The following is an excerpt from When Are We Going to Teach Health?, a forthcoming book from CATCH Global Foundation CEO, Duncan Van Dusen. The book will be available for purchase and digital download in […]

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CATCH Global Foundation and Action for Healthy Kids Partner to Bring Whole Child Health to Schools Across America
May 13, 2019  | By CATCH Global Foundation

CHICAGO (May 14, 2019) — Two leading organizations in the school health arena have teamed up as part of a concerted effort to improve kids’ health and well-being in schools nationwide through programming, policies, and community engagement. Together, CATCH Global […]

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New Orleans CATCH Coordinated School Health Initiative – Phase 1 Evaluation Report
January 30, 2018  | By CATCH Global Foundation

Jefferson Parish Public School System Evaluation – Year 1 Report (PDF) The New Orleans CATCH project aims to increase physical activity and healthy eating, reduce obesity, and create health-promoting environments for approximately 18,000 students in 40 elementary schools in the […]

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Montana, Illinois, and New Jersey earn national recognition with inaugural CATCH® Awards for Excellence in Health
December 18, 2017  | By CATCH Global Foundation

The CATCH® Awards for Excellence in Health (CATCH Awards) are a new national distinction to be given annually in recognition of exemplary efforts to promote and support health and wellness locally through the CATCH Program. In addition to providing well-deserved […]

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All CATCH® K-8 Classroom Curriculum now on CATCH.org!
August 16, 2017  | By CATCH Global Foundation

It just got easier to teach CATCH® in elementary and middle schools! The CATCH K-8 Classroom Curriculum is now available to access in its entirety via the CATCH.org online platform (formerly “Digital CATCH”). Gone are the days of photocopying handouts and tracking […]

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New Orleans District to Expand Health Promotion Program to Sixteen More Elementary Schools
July 25, 2017  | By CATCH Global Foundation

$159,000 Grant Will Expand CATCH® Program that Teaches Students and Parents about Importance of Healthy Eating, Physical Activity   CATCH Global Foundation and Jefferson Parish Public School System (JPPSS) will expand implementation of a program that helps kids and parents […]

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CATCH in Ecuador: “Concerned to Support the Healthy Nutrition of our Students”
March 7, 2017  | By CATCH Global Foundation

See below for a translated update from the Torremar community in Ecuador and their involvement with CATCH, including a photo gallery. (Original post in Spanish here.) “Several members of the Torremar community including teachers and a doctor received a nutrition training sponsored by […]

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