Meet 'Frank the Therapy Dog' at Brookfield Schools
'Frank the Therapy Dog' has become a regular visitor at Brookfield Schools.
The trained service dog is a personal pet of High School Teacher Ken Iser and visits campus 2-3 times per week. He spends time in all elementary, middle, and high school classrooms.
School officials say, Frank spends his time walking the halls, visiting classrooms and offices, listening to stories read by students, and providing comfort to students who may be having a bad day. In short, they say Frank spends his day "generally getting spoiled."
Frank has made off with the occasional shoe and enjoys the treasures he sometimes finds on the floors, which is why he often times can be found on the outskirts of the cafeteria.
Frank is a welcome visitor and school leaders say he "provides a real sense of comfort and joy for students during their school days."