The LeBron James Family Foundation hosted an extended family reunion at Cedar Point as a thank you to the students who pledged to work hard all year in school.
LeBron James referred to President Donald Trump as 'so-called president' during an appearance at his foundation's reunion event at Cedar Point on Tuesday.
More than 7,000 students and their families are at Cedar Point as part of the foundation's "I Promise" campaign.
The foundation's year was highlighted by the announcement of the I Promise School, scheduled for a 2018 opening date.
Emily Ross of Akron is a single mom raising four kids. Today, she's among the first class to graduate and earn her GED through the LeBron James Family Foundation.
Through the 'I Promise' program for kids, the LeBron James Family Foundation saw an unmet need and created I Promise Too for parents.
It may be summer for kids across Northeast Ohio, but it's also a chance for a group of students in the LeBron James Family Foundation (LJFF) to prepare for their first year in high school.