Teachers have a big job to do.
Classrooms often lack the tools and technology necessary for our kids to navigate the information age and teachers have their hands full with teaching and class administration—they don’t have the time or training for fundraising.
Pinnacle Kids wants to help bridge the gaps in the system and assist teachers in obtaining the tools they need to keep pace with the real world they’re helping prepare our kids for. When we have a grantor with a particular mission or funds allocated for STEM programs needing placement, we can reach out to schools and find someone with that particular need, becoming partners in the grantor’s mission.
Our personal approach allows Pinnacle Kids to work both forwards and backwards in matching up donations and needs. We talk to teachers, identify classroom needs, and then go find the necessary resources; or we work to align grants and donations with the appropriate recipients..
Pinnacle Kids NEWS:
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