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Military Families

James B. Rolle Elementary School salutes our military families and provides a welcoming, supportive learning environment for military students. We invite families to contact us to schedule a tour or learn more about the great programs available at Rolle.

Student Ambassadors

We understand that some students may feel nervous or anxious about starting a new school. At Rolle School, our Student Ambassadors are here to welcome your child and help them with any questions about their school. As military children themselves, they know first-hand what it’s like to move to a new town or school. Led by Alexis McCarroll, all student ambassadors qualify to provide a school tour, assist with locating classrooms, explain school culture and routines, and much more. For more information, please contact the school office at (928) 502-8200.

Military Family Life Counselors

A military life counselor is based in our school, funded by the Department of Defense. With parent permission, they provide free, confidential individual and group counseling to children and families to address the impacts of military life. They do not keep records of counseling. They also provide education and coaching to teachers and staff. Additional information about the military and family life counselor program is available online. To contact a military family life counselor, please call the school office at (928) 502-8200.

We Purple Up!

Every year, Rolle is proud to purple up in support of military children. Check out some of the great photos from this year’s Purple Up Day.

Enroll Today

We make registration easy! Online registration is now available, or you may complete the paperwork at the school office. We invite parents to visit the Yuma School District One website for more information, to download forms, or to register online.

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