R.E.A.C.H. (Realizing Educational and Career Hopes) is a Grundy County Special Education Cooperative high school program servicing students of Minooka Community High School, Morris High School, and Gardner South Wilmington who are in need of life skills-based instruction.

Students in the R.E.A.C.H. program benefit from direct instruction in daily living skills, vocational training, and social communication. Currently, there are four classrooms housed at Minooka Community High School Central Campus, and one at Minooka Community High School South Campus. In addition to our life skills classrooms, MCHS Central Campus is home to our County Multi Needs program. Students in this program benefit from a therapeutic program that infuses daily therapies into curricular activities. 

Program Coordinator

Kate Ross, [email protected]