Watch DOG Dads

Watch Dog Dads

(Dads of Great Students)

Watch D.O.G.S. is a program that helps bring dads and other male role models into the school. Dads spend a day with their child at school and get to interact alongside the educators, to help as crossing guards, hallway monitors, library assistants, lunchroom helpers, classroom and homework tutors, and playground and gymnasium coaches. The possibilities are endless.

Jefferson County requires all crossing guard staff and volunteers to pass a training before they can report for duty. View the training presentation and then take the test here: Link to test You must score at least an 80% to be qualified, so please inquire your score before signing up. You can review the presentation and take the test as many times as you'd like.

Remember to arrive in the office around 8:40 in order to get your vest and walkie talkie and be symptom screened at the front door before you head to crosswalk duty. Your student(s) may not be in the crosswalk with you. Have them wait on the grass in front of the school.

All crossing guards are required to sign a Workers Comp Waiver as well. Please leave with the office staff.

Dads of Great Students!

Watch Dog Dads serve as support and added security in our outside crosswalks before and after school and in our halls throughout the school day. Our goal is for every dad to sign up for at least one day to volunteer as a Watch Dog at Leawood each year. You may signup using the calendar and stickers in the school's front hallway, or if you are not able to come into the school to signup, you may signup using the link below. We will then add you to the school calendar sign up in the front entryway. This year all Watch Dog Dads are required to be trained in our Jeffco School Traffic Safety and Crossing Guard Program. 

Email Matt Goman for more information. 

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