Recent News

Swimming Lessons

Swimming Lessons have now started for students in Years 3 -6. Students have made a terrific start and are to be complimented for their behaviour walking to and from the school. Whilst sunscreen is available at the pool, it is preferable that parents apply this at home before school.

Staff & Structure

2020 is here and is going to be stupendous! The entire Wagin DHS staff are looking forward to providing an empowering learning environment to support your child’s life-long learning journey. Keep reading for staffing and class structure.

Community Health Nurse

Welcome to the new school year. My name is Lana Grzinic and I am the Community Health Nurse who visits your school. Community Health Nurses work in schools to promote healthy development and wellbeing so students may reach their full potential.

Start of Day Arrival Time

We would ask that students do not arrive at school until 8.30am. Classrooms will be open from 8.30am to allow students to get prepared for the day. Students are more than welcome to attend Breakfast Club which is available from 8.30am.


The High School Hospitality class have been cooking up a storm with Mrs King and Mrs Kirk.

Student Leadership

It has been terrific to see so many students apply for Leadership positions. Nominations have now closed for Student Council and Faction Captain positions.

School Council Parent Nomination

Wagin DHS has a proactive and supportive School Council.  The role of a School Council Representative is to be the voice of the parent body. This year there is a parent position available. 

FREE 123 Magic & Emotion Coaching Workshop

FREE 123 Magic and Emotion coaching workshop to be delivered in Wagin 18th and 25th March, and 1st April. Click here to read more

Positive Behaviour Culture

A lot of changes were implemented last year to support improved behaviour and engagement across the school. This has included reviewing a number of policies. Students have risen to the increased expectations and the tone across the school this week has been positive and engaging.


Parent support is always welcomed at WDHS. Whether it be as a classroom helper in the morning supporting the reading program, canteen helper or carnival support, help is always welcomed. We have an incredibly proactive and supportive P & C who would love to hear from you.


It is essential that the school & parents work harmoniously to support your child by ensuring strong communication. Emails, the school newsletter & website, classroom diaries & face-to-face are key forms of communication. Please ensure your child’s teacher knows your preferred communication method.


Our canteen is back up and running and still has the amazing Christine Lunt managing it. The menu has not changed from last year and the new roster is out.  Both can be found here on our website.