CATCH Physical Education Training

Coordinated Approach to Child Health Physical Education (CATCH PE) is a developmentally appropriate physical education program that reinforces movement skills, sports involvement, physical fitness, social development, skill competency, and cognitive understanding about the importance of lifelong physical activity. The primary goal of CATCH’s PE component is to increase the amount of moderate-to-vigorous activity (MVPA) children engage in during their PE time and encourage students to get 60 minutes a day of physical activity.

Participants will leave with:

· Tools to manage games and activities to increase the amount students are moving

· Resources and skills to sustain a healthy school environment

· Online resource library

Audience: K-12 PE Teachers

Fee: $15, includes materials and lunch

Please wear sneakers and comfortable clothing as this is a physically active training.

CATCH Physical Education Training

Wednesday, March 23rd, 8am-4pm

2111 Pontiac Lake Road

Waterford Township, MI

This exciting opportunity is part of the collaborative effort of Healthy Pontiac, We Can!

SCECHs pending. Please have PIC available at sign in.

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For more information: Please contact Sue Kiersey at

Healthy Pontiac, We Can!

Healthy Pontiac, We Can (HPWC) is a group with members from local hospitals, mental health agencies, human service agencies, schools, churches, government agencies, and the Pontiac community. HPWC helps make it easier for the Pontiac community to eat healthy, get active, and live tobacco free.

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