NH-M is a CATCH Campus
This is the image for the news article titled CATCH at NH-MNew Holland-Middletown Elementary District 88 is a CATCH school district.  CATCH stands for Coordinated Approach to Community Health and has been in place for 3 years at NH-M.  The CATCH Coordination Toolkit is used to provide simple, doable tasks that drive school wide coordination.  Classrooms have been declared Healthy Zones and instruct students on GO, SLOW and WHOA foods.  Teachers incorporate the CATCH lesson plans into their subject lesson plans to promote healthy eating, adequate sleep, physical activity and water consumption.

As the first school in Logan County to adopt CATCH, the district's CATCH team is a core group of volunteers representing all areas of the campus, comprised of the following individuals:
  • Lindsey Moore, CATCH Champion/2nd Grade Teacher
  • Angela Stoltzenberg, Healthy Communities Partnership
  • Todd Dugan, Superintendent
  • Linda Harnacke, Cafeteria Manager
  • Jerry Neisler, Physical Education
  • Lindsey Leischner, Classroom Teacher
  • Chris Thompson, Classroom Teacher
  • Kathy Merriman, Parent Leader
  • Hunter Harrison, Student Liasion