Loy Elementary school in Great Falls has implemented a program known as Watch D.O.G.S to help stop school bullying.
The Watch D.O.G.S program started back in 1998 when two dads wanted to be more involved in their kid's lives.
Today, there are over six thousand schools that have the program across the country.
The goal is to eventually see the program into every school across the nation.
Watch D.O.G.S is a program that aims to give kids a positive male role model while also providing an extra set of eyes and ears around the school to help stop school bullying and add extra security.
While dads, uncles, grandpas, etc are at the school, they participate in a variety of activities ranging from helping out in the classroom, security, administration to simply playing basketball in the schoolyard.
If you want to try the program, just head to the Watch D.O.G.S website and click the 'How to Get Started' tab.