CSH & CATCH in Los Fresnos CISD: How do we know it's working?
Series:CATCH Monthly Webinar
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Coordinated School Health & CATCH in Los Fresnos CISD: How do we know it's working? September 30, 2015
Due to a technical issue, we were unable to capture the recording of this webinar. The presentation slides are available as a PDF below under "Course Files." We apologize for the inconvenience.
The topic of this month's webinar is "Coordinated School Health & CATCH in Los Fresnos CISD: How do we know it's working?"
Annice Garza has served as an administrator in the Los Fresnos Consolidated Independent School District since 2010. In her current role as Curriculum Coordinator, she leads the development and maintenance of a positive coordinated education program to meet the needs of all children and manages training programs for professional personnel in the following content areas: Science, Social Studies, Physical Education, Languages Other Than English, and Fine Arts. Annice also oversees the implementation of the CATCH Coordinated School Health program for the district. In her previous work, she was a strategist, classroom teacher, and assistant counselor for the Point Isabel Independent School District. Annice earned a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction, as well as a Principal Certification, from the University of Texas at Brownsville.