CATCH is Catching On! 



AboveCATCH Training attendees participate in a 3-to-5-minute exercise designed to help students improve listening and cooperation skills.  



CATCH (Coordinated Approach To Child Health) is an evidence-based, coordinated school health program designed to promote physical activity and healthy food choices, and prevent tobacco use in children from preschool through grade 8. The program is currently being implemented in over 7,500 schools and after-school programs across the United States and Canada.

By teaching children that eating healthy and being physically active every day can be FUN, the CATCH Program has proven that establishing healthy habits in childhood can promote behavior changes that can last a lifetime.

Four school sites in Lake County have participated in training and implemented CATCH.  For information about CATCH Training, please call Tammy at 263-6291 ext. 10.

You may also click on CATCH to explore curriculum materials, training, evaluation tools, fact sheets, video and more.

HLN's CATCH Workgroup meets at 3:00 p.m. on the second Tuesday of every other month in the Kelseyville High School Cafetorium.  If you would like to receive email reminders about meetings, please send an email to


AboveCATCH Trainer Karen Burnell walks participants through the academic and behavioral benefits of various CATCH program elements.  Below:  Healthful morning treats and an abundant luncheon buffet were prepared by Michelle Malm and Deanna Goff, Kelseyville Unified School District Food Services.

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