Parents and Community

Parental involvement at Gingin DHS not only enhances learning programs, but also gives parents the opportunity to be a part of their child’s school-based education.  There are a range of areas in which parents can assist – from classroom helper to canteen assistant, as well as more formal roles in representative bodies.

Please visit the Parent and Citizens Association page http://gingin.wa.edu.au/index.php/2016/09/16/parents-and-citizens-association/ or the School Board page http://gingin.wa.edu.au/index.php/2018/05/01/school-council/ for more ways to become involved in the School Community.

Parent/Guardian assistants
Children derive great pleasure and benefit from having parents in the classroom.  Parents are able to assist in hearing children read, making charts and other aids, helping children who need practice in a particular area, helping in the classroom and assisting with art/craft work.  If you are able to assist in any way, please contact the school, or the teacher of your child.

Note that parents must sign in at the office when they visit the school, even as parent helpers.

YouthCARE $100 Club
The $100 Club is a group of people who donate $100.00 each year to the Gingin YouthCARE Program.
At Gingin DHS the chaplain is employed by YouthCARE and is funded three days a week by the community and two days a week
through the Federal government National School Chaplaincy Program. The $100 Club is one way the Gingin YouthCARE Council raises funds from the community. Two newsletters a year keep the $100 Club members up to date.
To become a member, complete the donation form and forward your $100.00 to address on the form. YouthCare $100 Club

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