Skyview Elementary School

SchoolDistrict 622




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Skyview International Parade 2014 
Students at Skyview Elementary School
were proud to display their heritage at the
annual International Parade on Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014. 
2014-2015 School Supply Lists
Skyview Student Handbook
Click here to see the student handbook.
Skyview Calendar 
Click here to see the 2014-2015 Skyview Elementary Calendar. 
This year at Skyview Elementary School, teachers are using classroom iPads to keep students engaged in learning. The pilot program allows teachers in the school to reserve a set number of iPads for classroom activities and projects. The program is part of District 622's commitment to providing students and staff with the instructional technology needed to become 21st Century learners.


Contact Us

Skyview Elementary School

1100 Heron Avenue North

Oakdale, MN 55128


School Hours: 9:15am - 3:45pm

Office Hours: 8:00am – 4:00pm

Phone: 651-702-8100

Attendance Line: 651-702-8117

Fax: 651-702-8191


Principal Travis Barringer, 651-702-8110

Administrative Support

Principal's Secretary Trish Weldon651-702-8101

Receptionist Natasha Culbertson, 651-702-8117

Health Office
School Nurse Eboni Thompson, 651-702-8115

Student Services

Social Worker Sari Malterud, 651-702-8095

Psychologist Linda Kallevang, 651-702-8176

Adventure Connection Site Supervisor

Terryl Gordon, 651-702-8013

Parent Involvement Coordinator

Kellie Young, 651-702-8005

Staff Directory
You may search for Skyview Elementary staff by last name or title. Choose from either of the lists below and click on the submit button.





Welcome to Skyview!

Thank you for visiting the website for Skyview Community School Elementary.....where learning empowers us to reach our potential and make a positive contribution to society.  That's our mission statement, but to us, it is more than words.  It means working collaboratively and holding the expectation that both adults and children will be supported and encouraged to be learners today and every day.