CATCH MVP
CATCH MVP
Posted on 10/16/2017
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We’re a CATCH School

“CATCH” stands for “Coordinated Approach To Child Health.” CATCH schools are committed to healthy students in a healthy school. We invite you to help us teach positive health choices and be a CATCH MVP! A CATCH MVP is someone who Moves and stays active, Values healthy eating, and Practices healthy habits every day.

Be a CATCH MVP Family:

Move and stay active: Try to be more active as a family – park the car farther away in parking lots to walk a bit more, stretch while watching TV, walk as a family after meals.
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Value healthy eating: Try to make healthy choices – include a fruit or vegetable with every meal, eat more family meals together, and don’t supersize unless you’re sharing.
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Practice healthy habits: Be a positive role model – drink more water and less soda, start your day with a healthy breakfast, and eat a piece of fruit for a snack.
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Somos una escuela CATCH

“CATCH” significa “ Enfoque Coordinado sobre la Salud del Niño.” Las escuelas CATCH están cometidas a estudiantes sanos en escuelas sanas. ¡Los invitamos a ayudarnos a enseñar elegir opciones positivas de salud y a ser un CATCH MVP! Un CATCH MVP es alguien que se Mueve y es activo, Valora el comer saludable, y Practica hábitos saludables todos los días.

Sea una Familia CATCH MVP:

Muévase y sea activo: Trate de ser más activo en familia – estacione el coche más lejos en el estacionamiento para caminar un poco más, estírese al mirar la televisión, camine con su familia después de comer.
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Valore el comer saludable: Trate de elegir opciones saludables – incluya fruta o vegetales con cada comida, coma en familia, y no pida “supersize” al menos que comparta con su familia.
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Practique hábitos saludables: Sea un modelo a imitar positivo – tome más agua y menos refrescos, comience su día con un desayuno saludable, y coma un pedazo de fruta para la merienda.

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