Minooka Community High School Central Campus experiences bathroom fire


Last updated 11/20/2019 at 2:24pm

At 9:57 AM on November 19, 2019, a multi-agency response was initiated for a bathroom fire incident and MCHS would like to thank all the first responders: Minooka Police Department, Channahon Police Department, Shorewood Police Department, Minooka Fire Protection District, Troy Fire Protection District, Grundy County Emergency Management Agency, Channahon Fire Protection District, Grundy County Sheriff’s Department, and Illinois State Police.

After yesterday’s MCHS Central Campus bathroom fire incident, MFPD and MPD began an investigation into the development of the fire. The investigation has led to two students being charged and transported to River Valley Juvenile Detention Center and referred to Grundy County Juvenile Probation. MCHS students and staff are safe and no further threat has been reported. Minooka Police Department performed a swift investigation and has assured a peaceful return to regularly scheduled days of learning.

Minooka Community High School remains committed to a safe learning environment for all students and staff safety. Minooka building administration and members of student services are available should parents or students have questions or concerns.


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