District 300 students ‘CATCH’ on to health
CARPENTERSVILLE – District 300 isn’t a couch potato. Officials in a partnership are retooling the district’s physical education to stem childhood obesity.
The district and Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital in Barrington have joined this year to develop the nationally renowned Coordinated Approach to Child Health (CATCH) program that focuses elementary students on health, fitness and nutrition in and outside the classroom.
Good Shepherd has provided training and resources for suburban school districts to develop the CATCH program since 2008. The program emphasizes healthy living through more-active physical education classes and learning about nutrition.
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