Coordinated School Health Program

CATCH (Coordinated Approach to Child Health)
Coordinated School Health Program

In June 2005, the 78th Texas Legislature passed into law Senate Bill 42 (SB42). Senate Bill 42 addresses children’s health through a coordinated school health approach to preventing obesity, cardiovascular disease and Type II diabetes in elementary, middle and junior high school students. The legislation was in response to the escalating health disparities in Texas youth and built upon the requirement for elementary schools to implement a Coordinated School Health Program established by Senate Bill 19.

Brazosport Independent School District has adopted and implemented the CATCH program.

Please click HERE to learn more information about CATCH. 

Brazosport ISD Board policies available from TASB's Policy Online


BISD's School Health Advisory Committee (SHAC)
Safe & Drug Free Schools and Communities Advisory Committee (SDFSC)

2018-2019 Meeting Dates: 09/20/2018, 11/15/2018, 2/14/2019 and 5/09/2019


Curriculum
Core Content for both Health and PE can be found in the CATCH curriculum.
Reference this Core Content HERE or at catch.org.


The following documents will be provided upon request from individual campuses/departments:
  • PTO Agendas
  • Meet the Teacher Agendas
  • Individualized Campus Plans
  • Child Nutrition
  • Professional Development:
    • Health
    • Physical Education
    • Nurses
  • Parents may request in writing their child's physical fitness assessment at the end of the school year.
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