Volunteering At Hibbard
The new CPS policy requires all people who volunteer in any CPS school to fill out their CPS Volunteer Form. Click the Link Below to fill out the form.
Creating a Mural for Hibbard School
Hibbard is creating a mural in the hallways of our old building. Check our our parents helping paint this amazing mural!
A BIG THANK YOU to Enchanted Backpack for the support and all the wonderful materials that will for sure make a difference in our classrooms! Our Hibbard students and Teachers thank you so much and are very thrilled!
Click on links below to apply to Hibbard School and/or for Dual Language Program...
Dual Language Interest Form- print copy -English and Spanish
Dual Language Interest Form- electronic submission
Formulario de Interés para el Programa de Dos Idiomas- electrónico
Learn about all the great things going on at Hibbard. Come visit us or call 773-534-5191 for questions and schedules.
3244 W. Ainlsie Street
Chicago, IL 60625
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Concerns or inquiries regarding sex discrimination, harassment, or retaliation can be made to the Board’s Title IX Coordinator in the Office of Student Protections and Title IX (OSP) or the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights (OCR).