WATCH D.O.G.S. (Dads Of Great Students) ® Program

What are the goals of the WATCH D.O.G.S. program?


  • To provide positive male role models for the students, demonstrating by their presence that education is important.
  • To provide extra sets of eyes and ears to enhance school security and reduce bullying.


Who are WatchDOGS?


As a Hero of the Hallways, WatchDOGS are fathers, grandfathers, uncles, and other father figures who volunteer for at least one day each school year at an official WATCH D.O.G.S. school.


What do WatchDOGS do while they are at school?

On the day of their participation at Beverly, WatchDOGS arrive by 7:15 a.m. and proceed to the reception desk at the front of the school where they are given a customized schedule for the day. During the day, WatchDOGS perform a variety of tasks, including monitoring the school entrances, assisting with unloading and loading of buses and cars, monitoring the lunch room, and helping in the classroom with a teacher’s guidance by working with small groups of students on various types of schoolwork. WatchDOGS also perform many other assigned activities where they actively engage with not only their own students, but other students as well. Many school principals have reported that the mere presence of a WatchDOG dramatically reduces reports of bullying.
  • Follow your personalized Daily Schedule
  • Always wear your WD uniform t-shirt while you are on WD duty
  • Stop by the office if you have any questions throughout the day
  • Be approachable – smile, talk to the students, listen to them
  • Be smart – follow the school’s policy on appropriate conduct and behavior with the students and faculty 
  • Be alert – if a situation arises, please report it to a school official starting with the principal (if available, utilize Walkie Talkie)
  • Be available – the goal is to be of service to the school, teacher and students
  • Be a positive role model –  as a WatchDOG volunteer, place a check next to each box you have read and agree to uphold:

WatchDOGS code of conduct

  • Never use the student (boys’ or girls’) restrooms 
  • Always use the faculty/staff restrooms.
  • Never be alone with students 
  • Follow school’s confidentiality policy in regard to students and staff. 
  • Always be visible to others
  • Do not be disruptive when classes are in session
  • Do not use profanity
  • Do not use any form of tobacco on the school grounds
  • Do not share religious or political views
  • Limit personal use of cell phones and similar devices
  • Never engage in any conduct that brings disrespect to yourself or your student(s) the School and/or the WATCH D.O.G.S.® Program and other volunteering men.

This is what you need to do before your Watch Dog shift:

2018/2019 Beverly Watch Dogs

10/03/2018 - Jose Rocha
10/10/2018 - Gary Stowasser
10/17/2018 - Kartik Patel
10/24/2018 - David Schwartz
10/31/2018 - Chuck Losh
11/07/2018 - Mikhail Shnayderman
11/14/2018 - Imran Ghaznavi
11/28/2018 - Ramon Lozano
12/05/2018 - Brian McFarland
12/12/2018 - David Azad
01/09/2018 - Luis Rodriguez
01/16/2018 - Manuel Cruz
01/23/2018 - Shashank Dabral
01/30/2018 - Clint Myers
02/06/2018 - Craig Walker
02/13/2018 - Michael Robertson
02/27/2018 - Robert Ledbetter
03/06/2018 - Jamie Jarratt
03/20/2018 -
03/27/2018 - Chris Gilmore
04/03/2018 - Gary Stowasser
04/17/2018 - Krishna Nimmagadda
05/01/2018 - Fareed Khan
05/08/2018 - Mr. Francis
05/22/2018 - Bret Miller


If you have questions, please contact Bret at


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