Watch D.O.G. Dads


WatchD.O.G. dads and 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, or helping in the classroom with a teacher’s guidance by working with small groups of students on classwork, flashcards, or reading. 

Davis     Sylvester   Lenyee

*All WatchD.O.G. volunteers must complete the Monongalia County Schools Volunteer Training*

Follow these instructions to complete the volunteer training:

1. Click here to view the presentation about volunteering in Monongalia County Schools. (The quiz questions will come from this presentations)

2. On the last slide is a link to the quiz. You must get 8 or more correct on the quiz, and complete all parts of that quiz.
(If that doesn’t take you to the quiz – here is the link:

3. After you take the quiz, hit the Submit button 4. You will receive a message giving your score and if you have passed the training.

 If you passed, it will say: “You also will still need to have your Driver's License scanned and pass that scan. This is done at the school. Please allow at least a week for your name to be added to the volunteer list.”

 If you did NOT receive a score of 8 or better, you will receive a message that says: "Your score was not enough to permit you to volunteer in our schools." You must wait at least 2 days before going through the process again. Remember that you have to get at least 8 correct. 

Maddox     Thompson     Toothman

Once you have passed the volunteer training, visit the link below or contact Mr. Tolliver to schedule a date.

Click here to sign up!

For more information about the WatchD.O.G. program, visit: