Outdoor Education

Our fifth grade students participate in the Outdoor Education Program at Camp Pendalouan in September and October. The YMCA facility is a four-season camp nestled in a secluded bay of Big Blue Lake in Montague, Michigan. The 210-acre camp is adjacent to the Manistee National Forest and  the White River. 

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White Pines fifth grade students spend two-days and overnight at camp partipating in a wide variety of outdoor group activities. Students are responsible for the $75 cost of camp, but a fund raising event that allows students to earn money for their tuition cost is provided.

2016 Camp Information

Parents will need to complete a Student/Camper Health Form for their child. If students wish to participate in the High Ropes Course, parents must also submit a consent form for this activity. Lastly, students who receive daily OTC or prescription medications will need to submit a Medication Form to the school prior to departure. Online links to these forms are below.

Student/Camper Health Form
High Ropes Course Consent
White Pines Medication Permission/Instruction Form

All students should reference the Camper Checklist for a list of items they should bring and not bring to camp.  Parents interested in participating in the Outdoor Education must complete and submit a Volunteer Assessment Form.

Camper Checklist
Volunteer Assessment Form

School Info

White Pines Intermediate

1400 S. Griffin Street
Grand Haven, MI 49417


Student Services: 

Main Office:
   8:10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Doors Open:
   8:10 a.m.

Class Hours:
   8:45 a.m. - 3:50 p.m.

Student Services:
   8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Attendance Office:
   8:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.


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