GreetingMstthew Tolliver, Skyview School Counselors! I am Mr. Matt Tolliver,  and I am a certified Professional  School Counselor at Skyview Elemetary School in Morgantown,  West Virginia. I am originally from  Buckhannon, West Virginia.  I  attended West Virginia Wesleyan  College, where I received my  Bachelor's degree in Elementary  Education.  I am also certified to  teach multisubjects in grades K-6.  I  also have my Master's degree in Counseling from West Virginia University. I am certified to counsel all age groups (PreK-Adult).  I am also currently a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of West Virginia and a Nationally Certified Counselor. I am a former West Virginia School Counselor of the Year and was a semi-finalist for the National School Counselor of the Year. This is my third year at Skyview Elementary School, and I am excited to continue my journey with my fellow Skyview rockets! 


Screen-Free Week 2017
May 1st-7th

Too Good for Violence Classroom Lessons

EmilyHello there! My name is Emily, and I help Mr. Tolliver teach the students at Skyview Elementary School how to work together and solve problems! Some times the students help me out when I am having a problem with my friends. They are really good at giving me advice. We use the Too Good for Violence curriculum by the Mendez Foundation to help the kids at Skyview learn and grow!  

Click below to go to the pre/post tests for Too Good for Violence!
TGFV3rd test                           TGFV4th test                                    TGFV5th test

                                                          Peer Court and Peer Mediation 


Restorative practices like mediation have proven to be a successful alternative to suspensions or punishments in schools. In many situations, punitive consequences can often make the offender resentful or even worsen behaviors. Students rarely change their behavior as a result of being punished because they need opportunities to build appropriate social skills and to learn how to resolve their conflicts peacefully.
There are three groups involved in restorative practices; the victim, the offender and the community members (in this case, a Peer Court, which consists of students trained as peer mediators who facilitate the restorative conferences). 
Restorative practices encourage the use of positive peer pressure.  Peer Court members convey dislike for the offender’s behavior in a way adults cannot. It also allows students to take a leadership role in setting school behavior expectations.
                Skyview Peer Court

                                                          Not Everything is Bullying!

Bullying and Conflict differences

Has a student reported bullying at school? We at Skyview Elementary take issues of bullying and student conflicts very seriously. The first part of solving a problem is getting the information. Let us know what is happening by completing the form below. 

Student Conflict/Bullying Report Form


                                                                    Watch D.O.G.S.



WATCH D.O.G.S. is a national K-12 program, that invites fathers, grandfathers, uncles, or other father figures to volunteer at least one day (all day) at their child’s/student’s school during the school year. 

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 homework, flashcards, or spelling.

To sign up to volunteer as a WatchD.O.G. at Skyview Elementary, visit the link below!
Have a date in mind? Click here to sign up!
Not sure on a date yet, but are interested? Click here to join the interest page!

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