TEA CSHP Coordinated School Health Framework Guide Overview (website)

What is Coordinated School Health?

Coordinated School Health was a term originally coined by the Centers for Disease Control to describe child health programs that synthesize the different factors working together to improve the health of a child including school health education, community involvement, family engagement, physical environment, health services, and more.


CATCH Alignment with WSCC

Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) model


TEA’s Eight Components of the Coordinated School Health Framework

2. Healthy and Safe School Environment

3. Counseling and Mental Health Services

4. Parent and Community Involvement

5. Staff Wellness Promotion

6. Health Services

7. Physical Education

8. Nutrition Services