WATCH D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) is a national family and community initiative designed to provide positive male role models and extra sets of eyes and ears to enhance school security and reduce bullying.
Are you a Prairie dad, uncle, or father figure? Then, we need you in WatchDOGS! Please consider signing up this year. Children love seeing male role models at school.
Our goal is to see everyone sign up for at least one day of volunteering throughout the school year (2 half-day sessions or 1 full-day session). Please consider volunteering! If you have any questions, contact John Morgester at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In March 2019, Paul Stephens volunteered in the WatchDOGS program with daughter Lucy.
Below is Dan Moon with his son Henley on his WatchDOGS day.
John Ferry and his daughter Paige helped in the traffic drop-off line one morning as part of the WatchDOGS program.
Gary Logan, grandfather of Ava and Stella spent a morning at Prairie as part of the WatchDOGS program.
John Morgester recently served as a Watch D.O.G.S. volunteer. He is pictured here with daughters Ava and Stella.
Recently Ward Cook helped out in the cafeteria and spent the day with his daughter Katie and son Jack (not pictured).