Mike Town, one of Tesla STEM High School’s founding teachers, is a recipient of the Patsy Collins Award for Excellence in Education, Environment, and Community.
Dads Of Great Students
Watch DOGS, a K-12 program, invites fathers, grandfathers, uncles, or other father figures to volunteer at least one full day at their child‘s/student's school during the school year. This is a national program designed to help every school in America be positively influenced by the committed involvement of fathers and father figures in the lives of their children and students.
The program is overseen by a ―Top Dog volunteer, Riley Frazier, who partners with the school to coordinate scheduling and identify opportunities for Watch DOGS to provide assistance at the school. Watch DOG volunteers perform a variety of tasks during their volunteer day including monitoring the school entrance, 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 homework, flashcards, or spelling. They also assist in music, PE and the library. Their participation at recess is a huge favorite with the students.
For more information about Watch DOGS or to sign up for a day on the Watch DOGS calendar, please contact Riley Frazier at email@example.com. You can also learn more about this national program at: