Goose Creek CISD

Goose Creek CISD began implementing the CATCH program in August 2017, as part of the district’s dedication and commitment to Be Well™ Baytown. Be Well Baytown is an initiative of MD Anderson sponsored by ExxonMobil, which aims to mobilize the Baytown community to promote wellness and stop cancer before it starts. A central component of this initiative is aligning school-based health programming with Goose Creek CISD’s implementation of the CDC’s Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) model for approximately 16,000 students in 21 elementary and junior schools. Read More

Brownsville Independent School District

The Brownsville ISD CATCH project took place from February 2017 to January 2018 and aimed to strengthen the district’s coordinated school health programming to better support and promote healthy eating and physical activity for approximately 21,000 K-5th grade students in 37 elementary schools. Brownsville ISD first implemented CATCH district-wide in 2001 and the program has since become an integral part of the district’s efforts to improve students’ health-related behaviors. Read More

Ysleta Independent School District

The Ysleta ISD CATCH project aims to increase physical activity and healthy eating, reduce obesity, and create health-promoting environments for approximately 18,500 students in 37 elementary schools in the Ysleta Independent School District. Ysleta ISD is located within the city … Read More

Jefferson Parish Public Schools

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 39 elementary schools in the Jefferson Parish Public School System (JPPSS). Jefferson Parish borders the city … Read More