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Frazier elementary school sixth grade teacher Angie Taylor greets dads at the Nov. 14 WATCH D.O.G.S.® event and helped them with registration forms.
(Front) Jose J. Pizano, with his son Sebastian, completes a registration form on Nov. 14 to help with the WATCH D.O.G.S.® program at Frazier elementar...
Jeremy Walker, left, accompanied by sons Payton and Noah, signs up to volunteer for the WATCH D.O.G.S.® program at Frazier school.
On Nov. 14, Frazier school secretary Pam Siliznoff places tags on a calendar used to schedule fathers for volunteer days at school as part of the WATC...
John Brooks describes himself as ‘The Top Dog’ and leader of the WATCH D.O.G.S.® informational event at Frazier elementary school on Nov. 14.  
From left, John Brooks, Eddie Jones (Fallbrook Firefighters Association), and lead teacher Emily Just pose with a poster signed by Frazier students th...

Frazier kicks off WATCH D.O.G.S.® program

Wednesday, November 21st, 2012
Issue 47, Volume 16.
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FALLBROOK – On the evening of Wednesday, Nov. 14, William H. Frazier Elementary School kicked off the WATCH D.O.G.S.® (Dads Of Great Students) program with a Dads and Kids Pizza Night. The event was attended by students, fathers, and father-figures of the school.

"The program is the father involvement initiative of the National Center For Fathering," a source stated. "It was inspired by one father’s desire to increase male involvement in his children’s school and with the help of the school’s teachers and administration. WATCH D.O.G.S.® was created in 1998 at George Elementary in Springdale, Ark. Since then, the program has spread to thousands of schools in over 42 states and other countries abroad."

"Each school year thousands of men volunteer to work at least one day in their child’s school through the WATCH D.O.G.S.® program. These men work along side the educators to help as crossing guards, car/bus rider facilitators, hallway monitors, library assistants, lunchroom helpers, classroom and homework tutors and much more."

"Studies by the U.S. Department of Education have demonstrated that a positive adult male role model will have a uniquely positive impact on the development and educational success of a child."

For more information on the program, visit or, to get involved, call Frazier elementary school at (760) 723-6770.



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