Reaching for Tomorrow program is an in-school collaboration between the Boy Scouts of America’s Learning for Life division, the Girl Scouts of Central Indiana, and schools throughout Central Indiana.
Reaching for Tomorrow's purpose is to serve as an educational program designed to meet the needs of youth and schools. The program equips at-risk and special needs youth with life skills to overcome the challenges of navigating through character education.
The program's objective is to provide supplemental curriculum which will reinforce life skills needed to achieve self-sufficiency. The 160 age-appropriate and grade-specific lesson plans are designed to involve youth through role playing, small group discussions and activities for special areas of focus.
Reaching for Tomorrow is available to boys and girls who are mildly to severely challenged, as well as at-risk youth. The program is delivered to students in grades K-12.
The program currently serves more than 10,000 youth in 118 schools in central Indiana.