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Calling all "dogs" Prairie Queen dads take part in WATCH D.O.G.S. program

It’s out with the bones and in with pencils and paper inside Prairie Queen Elementary with the recent launch of WATCH D.O.G.S with over 70 Dads, Grandpas, uncles, and father figures showing up at Prairie Queen to learn more about the program and sign up to volunteer. Then, 2 fathers recently visited classrooms on Thurs. Feb. 8.  These eager volunteers are part of new group formed at Prairie Queen called WATCH D.O.G.S. WATCH D.O.G.S. is a nationwide program designed to provide positive male role models for students, by volunteering in the classroom and demonstrating how important education is! WATCH D.O.G.S., or Dads Of Great Students, is a K-12 program, invites these father figures to volunteer at least one day, all day, at their student’s school. The Prairie Queen WATCH D.O.G.S. is set to be out at Prairie Queen again on Feb. 16.

Terry Grindstaff and son Jackson at WATCH Dogs

Terry Grindstaff and his son Jackson (1st Grade) wear their WATCH D.O.G.S. t-shirts as part of the Prairie Queen Elementary launch of the program on Thurs., Feb. 8. Dads, grandpas and uncles are invited to participate in WATCH D.O.G.S. to provide positive male role models for students.


Trever Johnson volunteers in classroom for WATCH Dogs
Trevor Johnson is helping in his daughter Kitt’s Kindergarten classroom during the WATCH D.O.G.S. program at Prairie Queen Elementary on Thurs., Feb. 8.