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TEA Correspondence

TO: The Administrator Addressed

SUBJECT: New Coordinated School Health Programs Senate Bill 19

Senate Bill 19 (SB 19), enacted in 2001 by the 77th Texas Legislature and amended by the 78th Texas Legislature, requires each school district, by September 1, 2007, to participate in training for the implementation of an approved coordinated school health program.

It is my pleasure to announce the approval of two new programs, Bienestar Health Program by the Social and Health Research Center and Healthy and Wise by Caprock Press. Two other programs, CATCH and The Great Body Shop, are also approved for use by school districts in complying with SB 19.

For information on Bienestar Health Program, please call the Social and Health Research Center at 210-533-8886. For information on Healthy and Wise, please call Caprock Press at 800-383-1927. Other questions may be directed to Dr. Robert Leos at 512-463-9601.


Shirley J. Neeley, Ed.D.

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