Physical Education follows the state curriculum guidelines. Mitchell Road is fortunate to be involved in a Coordinated School Health program called CATCH which stands for Coordinated Approach to Child Health. A coordinated school health is a process which brings a school community together to teach children to be healthy for a lifetime. CATCH is the resource that is going to be used to coordinate this process. CATCH is broken down into 4 components, Child Nutrition which involves the school cafeteria, Physical Education which makes sure the students are involved in moderate to vigorous physical activity, Classroom where health and nutrition resources are available to supplement the already existing health curriculum and the Family component where there is take home material and hands on activities for families to interact and strike up dialog on healthful living.
To learn more about the C.A.T.C.H program download our C.A.T.C.H brochure.