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CATCH Early Childhood Evidence Summary
Early Childhood
January 31, 2019  | By CATCH Global Foundation

CATCH Early Childhood (EC) is a preschool-based program designed to encourage physical activity and healthy eating in children ages 3-5. CATCH EC includes 4 components: 1) It’s Fun to be Healthy! classroom curricula consisting of interactive nutrition and garden-based lesson […]

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CATCH® Partners with Lakeshore Foundation, NCHPAD and Special Olympics International to Launch New CATCH Kids Club Afterschool Inclusion Guide
Grants Received
November 8, 2018  | By CATCH Global Foundation

  Participate in the CATCH Kids Club Inclusion Video Contest for a chance to win prizes to support inclusion in your after school program! Deadline to enter is January 15, 2019. Learn more here. FlagHouse, Inc. and CATCH Global Foundation […]

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One parent’s voice helps bring sun safety to a New York preschool
CATCH in the Community
August 10, 2018  | By CATCH Global Foundation

Get a FREE printed Ray and the Sunbeatables® toolkit for your school or child care site, while supplies last! Sign up here: https://sunbeatables.org/ Patricia Wahl’s daughter attends the Eliza Corwin Frost preschool in Bronxville, New York. Patricia’s family, like so many American […]

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CATCH.org Physical Activity Packs Now Available!
CATCH.org
May 30, 2018  | By CATCH Global Foundation

These newly adapted “CATCH.org Physical Activity Packs” have a selection of the most popular physical activity cards from the various CATCH Activity Boxes, along with instructional materials and, coming this summer, video guides! The Activity Packs are available as 2-year subscriptions […]

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Have you made a plan to teach sun safety?
News
March 7, 2018  | By CATCH Global Foundation

Have you considered ways that you could integrate health lessons into your Spring and Summer instruction plans? A little foresight and planning can help you work valuable health topics into your teaching plans and daily routines. As we approach the […]

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New Orleans CATCH Coordinated School Health Initiative – Phase 1 Evaluation Report
CATCH in the Community
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
CATCH in the Community
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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CATCH Global Foundation and CVS Health Team Up to Curb Youth E-Cigarette Use
Grants Received
October 12, 2017  | By CATCH Global Foundation

$500,000 grant makes CATCH My Breath program free to middle schools and high schools nationwide; State officials in Texas and Arkansas committed to program expansion. AUSTIN – The CATCH Global Foundation today announced that it has received a three year, […]

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All CATCH® K-8 Classroom Curriculum now on CATCH.org!
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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CDC Skin Cancer Report Spotlights School Sun Safety Program
News
August 2, 2017  | By CATCH Global Foundation

In 2014, the U.S. Surgeon General released a Call to Action to Prevent Skin Cancer, in which several different strategies and policy tactics were outlined to try to help our nation reduce our collective risk of melanoma and other skin […]

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