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Long Meadow Elementary

450 Allston
Rochester Hills, MI 48309

Tel:  (248) 726-3900
Fax:  (248) 726-3905
Attendance Phone: (248) 726-3910

Mr. Jonathan Ziaja, Principal

Mrs. Andrea Durham, Secretary

Caring Hares

Mission Statement

The mission of Long meadow Elementary School is to prepare our students to be caring, cooperative, contributing members of a global society by providing them with a challenging and nurturing environment in which to celebrate learning.



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The well-being of our students, staff, and families is always our priority. Whether school community members are visiting in the building, on the playground, or in the parking lot, we remain committed to ensuring that the infrastructure supports a safe teaching and learning environment. The following information outlines facility updates.


First Day of School 22-23

Fun Run Promo Video

Donations during FUN RUN go back into supporting our school, teachers, and students with events like Science Fair, Authors in April, Ice Cream Social, Spring Open House, and more!  It helps to bring all our spectacular programs and presenters to Long Meadow with in-classroom and whole school assemblies promoting educational success and create an atmosphere of fun in learning. 
Our 2022 goal this year is to $25,000.

Matt Wilhelm MBX Biker Comes to Long Meadow

Matt Wilhelm brought his BMX bike, and his message about never giving up, being kind, and speaking up for others. We tied that into our core values of being respectful, safe, responsible, and helpful. The kids loved it, and thank you to our PTA and school community for supporting events like this. 

Long Meadow honored our veterans both inside the classroom and in the school community.  Throughout the week classes had activities and shared stories of family members and friends who served in the military. As a school community we honored our veterans in the community by having our 5th grade students place flags in the community. We are so proud to honor our veterans and current military members. 


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