James B. Rolle
Elementary School
Rolle Strong: Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe

Welcome to the Home of the Roadrunners

Hello, and welcome to the James B. Rolle Elementary website!

We’re excited to bring you great news and information about Rolle Elementary. We have teamed up with students, parents, staff, and our community to create an amazing website that’s easy to use. We’re so energized about the activities, programs, and events at Rolle, that we want to include you and everyone in our community.

Visit this site often to stay up to date on all that’s happening at Rolle Elementary. Please check out the Helpful Links that provide useful info, ideas, and tips. Click on the handy Calendar with upcoming events, and browse a list of our great School Staff.

Want even more info? Visit the Frequently Asked Questions page to see what other parents are asking. Please Contact Us directly should you require more information or support. We hope you enjoy your visit to our website, and we look forward to seeing you soon at James B. Rolle Elementary School!

A Message From our Principal

Dear Parents & Guardians,

Welcome back! The school year is off to a fantastic start. We are excited to welcome new staff members to Rolle. Ms. Neyva Leon is the new school secretary, and Mrs. Pamela Morales is the new office technician. Mrs. Allison Barbosa joined the first-grade team, and Mrs. Alma Oregon is teaching preschool. Miss Diana Salazar and Mrs. Michelle Secker are the newest members of the second-grade team. Mrs. Kelsey Jenkins is teaching third grade. Ms. Bethany Erickson is our new speech pathologist.

Our discovery club manager is Mrs. Heather Flores, and Ms. Amanda Brown is our school counselor on Wednesday and Thursday. Ms. Freda Arnold will be teaching PE this year, and Mrs. Angie Myers is the long-term substitute resource teacher. We have new paraprofessionals as well. Mrs. Kauai, Ms. Velasquez, and Mrs. Castaneda will be assisting students. We are so glad to have all of them join our Rolle community

We have assigned an iPad to all students. We will charge the iPads at school, and they will not be going home with the students. We upgraded the kindergarten and first grade iPads this summer to the newest version.

Title 1 funds help children living in poverty meet state standards. We will present our Title 1 budget to the community this year in our library on September 21 at 6:00 p.m. We invite all parents to attend and see how we use these funds to help children learn.

Respectfully,

Leeanne Lagunas

Leeanne Lagunas, Principal