Hubbard Woods PTO                                                            For the latest Item Newlsetter, click here.

The Hubbard Woods PTO involves parents and teachers working together on behalf of the school and its students.  Parent volunteers help create a strong sense of community, provide support to our teachers and staff, and sponsor programs and activities that enrich our children’s educational experience.

This website highlights the work of the PTO with the aim of helping parents navigate their time at the school and feel connected to the school community. 

For the official District 36 website pertaining to Hubbard Woods, please click here.



Hubbard Woods School recycles the same items that may be recycled residentially through curbside pick-up and throughout Winnetka. 

Hubbard Woods also offers a few special collections to recycle or upcycle certain materials through other avenues.  Those “special collections” are discussed on another page.

Before putting anything in a “regular” recycling bin:

  • Try to place each recycling bin next to a trash receptacle (“pair” them)
  • Rinse all glass, aluminum/steel, and plastic free of food residue
  • Leave plastic lids on containers
  • Remove recycling from plastic bags
  • Flatten ALL boxes

Put in any “regular” recycling bin in Hubbard Woods school or Winnetka:

  • Paper, newspapers, magazines, catalogs, junk mail, and telephone books
  • Chip board (cereal boxes, towel cores, shoe boxes)
  • Envelopes (window style are OK)
  • Computer paper
  • Corrugated cardboard boxes (maximum size 2' X 2')
  • All glass bottles & jars
  • All metal food & beverage cans
  • Aluminum foil & pie plates
  • Plastic soda bottles, milk/water jugs, most juice & detergent bottles, and any other rigid or semi-rigid containers labeled #1 through #5 and #7 and lids
  • Refrigerated gable top cartons such as milk, juice or cream and non-refrigerated shelf-stable cartons such as juice packs, soy milk, soups or wine

Do not put in any “regular” recycling bin in Winnetka:

  • Plastic rigid or semi-rigid containers labeled #6 and lids (e.g., Solo cups)
  • Pizza boxes and other food-contaminated paper goods
  • Waxed, frozen or refrigerated food containers
  • Scrap metal other than food containers
  • Lids and caps from glass bottles
  • Window glass, light bulbs, mirrors, dishes, mugs, platesContainers from automotive products, chemical & paint products
  • Plastic Bags