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YMCA Walking Group Meets Goal
12/11/2017

Carver Elementary, one of four CATCH (Coordinated Approach To Child Health) schools in Goose Creek CISD, hosted an eight-week YMCA Walking Group led Priscila D. Garza, healthy community school coordinator.  CATCH is a curriculum that involves all aspects of the school (students, parents, teachers, administrators, food services, and support staff) in promoting health in a community, and it was piloted by four schools this year. The group celebrated its accomplishment of walking a marathon in eight weeks. Pictured are (front, from left) Mia Huerta, Josi Strawbridge, Amada Huerta, (second row, from left) Mason Davis, Giselle Santos, Mollie Wolfford, Alexia Santos, Maria Chavez, Alejandra Careaga, (third row, from left) Tracy Brown, Courtney Morris, Alondra Mendoza, Sandra Santos, Ashley Andrews, Ashley Robertson, (fourth row from left) Priscila Garza, Elma Villanueva, Rhonda Jordan, Wanetta Steed, Cindy Bigham, Wendy Madrid, Bart Cobb and Robert Andrews. If your campus is interested in hosting a free YMCA Walking Group, contact priscila.garza@gccisd.net.

Carver Elementary, one of four CATCH (Coordinated Approach To Child Health) schools in Goose Creek CISD, hosted an eight-week YMCA Walking Group led Priscila D. Garza, healthy community school coordinator. CATCH is a curriculum that involves all aspects of the school (students, parents, teachers, administrators, food services, and support staff) in promoting health in a community, and it was piloted by four schools this year. The group celebrated its accomplishment of walking a marathon in eight weeks. Pictured are (front, from left) Mia Huerta, Josi Strawbridge, Amada Huerta, (second row, from left) Mason Davis, Giselle Santos, Mollie Wolfford, Alexia Santos, Maria Chavez, Alejandra Careaga, (third row, from left) Tracy Brown, Courtney Morris, Alondra Mendoza, Sandra Santos, Ashley Andrews, Ashley Robertson, (fourth row from left) Priscila Garza, Elma Villanueva, Rhonda Jordan, Wanetta Steed, Cindy Bigham, Wendy Madrid, Bart Cobb and Robert Andrews. If your campus is interested in hosting a free YMCA Walking Group, contact priscila.garza@gccisd.net. This is part of the Be Well Baytown Initiative led by MD Anderson sponsored by ExxonMobil.  


Elma Villanueva, assistant principal at Carver Elementary, Priscila D. Garza, healthy community school coordinator and Bart Cobb, Carver principal, are pleased with the results of Carver’s YMCA Walking Group after its accomplishment of walking a marathon in eight weeks. The program is part of the CATCH (Coordinated Approach to Child Health) curriculum, piloted by four GCCISD schools to promote health in the community.

Elma Villanueva, assistant principal at Carver Elementary, Priscila D. Garza, healthy community school coordinator and Bart Cobb, Carver principal, are pleased with the results of Carver’s YMCA Walking Group after its accomplishment of walking a marathon in eight weeks. The program is part of the CATCH (Coordinated Approach to Child Health) curriculum, piloted by four GCCISD schools to promote health in the community. This is part of the Be Well Baytown Initiative led by MD Anderson sponsored by ExxonMobil.  

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