Learning Together...Everyone...Every Day! 

      Hello and welcome to Meridian Elementary! Our staff is dedicated to providing a world-class education focused on rigorous academics, research-based instruction, and a commitment to character. Our students are engaged in a high level of learning every day. A cornerstone of education in the Grosse Ile Township Schools, Meridian Elementary serves students in grades 3-5. You can see what's happening in our school by following our twitter feed on the left, get updated through our weekly newsletter above, or simply stop in! We'd love to have you visit our school and work together to create the best environment for our children. Take care and talk soon,

                                                       Joe Reimann, Meridian Elementary Principal

School Improvement Goals


  • All students will improve their writing process in developing a topic with ample details

  • All students will improve their math skills in the area of fractions

  • All students will improve their reading skills in comparing and contrasting information in various texts

Monthly Character Builders

At Meridian, we choose to be:

September: Be Kind                                              February: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood
October: Be Proactive                                          March: Be a Reader
November: Begin with the End in Mind             April: Synergize
December: Put First Things First                          May: Sharpen the Saw
January: Think Win-Win               


Meridian Elementary School
26700 Meridian Rd.
Grosse Ile,  MI  48138

Office Phone:  734-362-2700

School Hours: 
Full Day:  7:58 AM - 2:55 PM
Half-Day:  7:58 AM - 11:25 AM

Delayed Start: 9:28 AM

Principal: Joseph Reimann

Secretary: Dawn Howard



Online Learning

The Grosse Ile Township school district believes that online learning opportunities can be positive learning experience for students.  In accordance with state law (388.1621f Online Courses ) students in grades 5 - 12 may take one or two online courses per semester either during the school day, or on their own as a course above and beyond those taken at a district school.  To view the Michigan Department of Education Online Course Catalog click here .   


- Daily WIN (What I Need) time focused on prescriptive learning

- Top 3 M-STEP scores in Wayne County in ALL tested subjects

- High levels of technology usage with over 250 Chromebooks across building classrooms

- PBIS School-wide Culture of Character Program

- WATCH DOGS program featuring our great community Dads supporting everyday learning

- School-wide STEM program

- Over 900+ pairs of socks donated to local shelter for SOCKTOBER

- Honored 80+ Community Veteran's for Veterans Day

- Professional Learning Communities model for school improvement

- Diagnostic NWEA assessments 3 times a year to communicate student growth

- Everyday Math program in grades K-5

- Highly supportive PAT and GI Educational Foundation organizations providing students with extension opportunities