CATCH, or the Coordinated Approach to Child Health, is a comprehensive nutrition curriculum
for elementary students. The curriculum is taught by a trained Nutrition Education
Assistant (NEA) during the school day. Through a variety of teaching strategies, students
learn important information about food, nutrition, physical activity, and how to overcome
barriers in making healthy choices. Age-appropriate content, activities and handouts
make learning about healthy eating fun for students in all grade levels.