Pinnacle Kids is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization that offers assistance to individual public schools and their classrooms by meeting special needs. Pinnacle Kids’ mission is to serve as a helping hand for public schools and their teachers, working to help fulfill their overall desire to deliver quality education and foundation to the communities they serve.
Founded by Robert and Renee Restino, Pinnacle Kids uses quarterly surveys to identify and help classrooms, kids, and families in need. Pinnacle’s school-centered approach focuses on assisting with expenses that may not be in the budget for a given year. Robert R. Restino, Founder and Operator of The Pinnacle Kids Program, is dedicated to helping kids that would otherwise go without. A father, husband and professional Financial Advisor, Robert believes in giving and supporting the communities that have supported him. All contributions to Pinnacle Kids are tax-deductible.
Pinnacle Kids Press Releases
Robert Restino, founder of Pinnacle Kids, was pleased to present a check for $2000.00 towards the purchase of items to assist students in their scientific field work. Digital water and soil meters along with clinometers and dissolved oxygen pens will help them determine and track water and soil quality to assist in their ongoing exploration.read more
During a recent Pinnacle Kids (PK) survey of teachers at Jupiter Elementary to determine any special needs items they could use help obtaining, one teacher had a slightly different list of items.read more
New teacher, Jennifer Wexler, wanted to find a way to create a cohesive community for her students and address a few behavioral issues at the same time.read more
Having the computer enables her to advance along with her studies online and to keep up with the many other unique ways that homeschool education is delivered.read more
As a financial advisor who works in the Palm Beach County School System, Robert was inspired to found the Pinnacle Kids organization after learning that many teachers often use portions of their own salary to supplement classrooms.read more