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Pinnacle Activities


The Station

The Station features multi-media presentations, student participation and inspirational challenges to implement the four aspects of Pinnacle Pointe's Leave Your MARK. The Station is Monday afternoon.

Play Dates

Kindergarten through Third grade Students participate in monthly school day activities featuring crafts, movies, food decorating, picnics and storytelling.


Fourth through Sixth grade Students participate in monthly Friday night activities including Back to School Bash, Dances, Movie Nights and Gym Nights at North Pointe.

4A Days

Students participate each quarter in challenges and competitions focused on one of the 4 A's. Pinnacle's K-3rd remain on the campus and 4th-6th travel to North Pointe.

Athletics - Fitness Frenzy (1st quarter)
Arts - Arts Explosion (2nd quarter)
Academics - Brain Bee (3rd quarter)
Activities - Field Day (4th quarter)

Pinnacle Cares

Pinnacle Pointe's Community Outreach Program, Pinnacle Cares, provides the Pinnacle Pointe family the opportunity to volunteer and donate. Throughout the school year, students and faculty participate in activities designed to support those with health challenges. During the holidays, Pinnacle Pointe provides assistance to the hurting and less fortunate donating food, toys and supplies.

Block Party

Pinnacle families participate in a community block party featuring class booths, bounces and lots of food.

Read-A-Thon Week

Students are challenges through individual and class competitions to read. The week long event, which includes the annual book fair, concludes with Story Book Characters Dress Up Day.

Health Awareness Week

Students are challenged through individual and class competitions to be healthy. The week long event concludes with a balloon release.

International Week

Students learn about other countries as the customs and cultures of various countries are introduced through the academic curriculum. The week long event concludes with families attending the Tour Around the World night which features decorated rooms as well as native foods and entertainment.

Winter Arts Festival

Classes perform various holiday musical and theatric pieces throughout the week.

Spring Fling

Students enjoy themed dress down days and school spirit activities throughout the week.