SAI CatchLife Coaching Responsibilities

Coaches are critical to the success of participants and the SAI CatchLife movement. A “coach” will support each member of their team to feel a part of something bigger than themselves, to feel connected, to feel supported. This is unusual for most administrators, but this type of team atmosphere can propel people to higher quality work, relationships and living. As a result, there are certain non-negotiables when it comes to coaching expectations.


Coaches will be responsible for recruiting three or more team members (including yourself). Preferred team members include administrators who work in the same school district or have existing professional relationships with each other and are in close proximity.


Coaching training will be provided on dates to be determined at regional sites around the state.

Time Commitment

SAI is actively seeking 2018 SAI CatchLife coaches who will create teams of three or more members to support each other on their CatchLife journey. Coaches can expect to spend approximately one-half hour each week in their role. Coaches will be supported and have feedback provided by a team leader (Rick Schupbach or John Stevens) during your 24-week commitment.

Data Collection

  • 150 minutes of (moderate to vigorous) training a week
  • 80 percent of training time in identified zone to improve cardiovascular endurance
  • sleep (average 7 hours per night)
  • 100 percent activity goal (3 out of 7 days)
  • Average 1 or fewer inactivity stamps per day (7 in a week)

Commit to CatchLife Today!

Sign up here to be a Coach (team registration is included on the form)