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Alternative Day Program

The Alternative Day Program, located at St. Anne Grade School and St. Anne High School, provides services and assistance to meet educational, social/emotional and behavioral needs of students from northern Iroquois and Kankakee Counties. Along with academic instruction, students learn the social skills required for building and maintaining satisfactory relationships, constructively solving problems, managing their physical and emotional health, securing employment, living independently and achieving other worthwhile goals.

Staff are committed to work closely with parents, home schools and community agencies. You may contact the staff at 815-427-8153 for Elementary and Junior High ages and 815-427-8141 for High School aged students.

Parent Student Handbook for the Alternative Day Program

2022-2023 Alternative Day Program calendar


Communications Program

The philosophy of the Communications Program is for learners with significant speech-language, social-communication, and are on the autism spectrum to recognize and achieve their full potential. Students are provided with opportunities to apply strategies that capitalize on strengths and accommodate learning styles in an environment that integrates academics, communication and socialization.

The Communications Program classroom is housed in public school building to maximize opportunities for learning and interaction with non-disabled peers. The classroom is arranged to provide students with a highly structured environment, extensive visual cues, and minimal sensory distraction.

2022-2023 Communications Program calendar

Transition Program

KASEC began the Transition Program at the start of the 2021-2022 school year.  This program was created for students aged 17 - 22 years old and focuses on functional daily living and vocational skills.  The Transition Program is located at 130 W Dixie Highway in St. Anne.  This home provides our students with the opportunity to build their independent living skills with cooking, cleaning, laundry, and leisure.  The instructional space provides an area conducive to learning curriculum in the functional academic areas of money-management/budgeting, communication/relationships/social skills, self-advocacy, employment/work skills/career development, and nutrition/meal preparation.  The Transition Program's goal is to prepare students for living and working independently to best of their abilities. 

2022-2023 Transition Program calendar

Contact Information

Kankakee Area Special Education Cooperative (KASEC)

 PO Box 71
      St. Anne, IL 60964

 (815) 422-4151
 (815) 422-5023


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