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. All fundraising and expenses are payble to GHAPS and should be submitted to the Homeroom teacher.

2017 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. All forms should be submitted to the Homeroom teacher.

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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