The LeBron James Family Foundation and the Akron (Ohio) Public Schools launch a new elementary school for at-risk children in his hometown, and Bron is nervous. 

The I Promise School is the culmination of nearly a decade of work by James’ foundation, with its focus on educating children from challenging situations or backgrounds. The school will begin with two grades, third and fourth, with plans to expand in the coming years.

In all, James and his foundation leaders hope that more than 1,200 children will pass through the program and into college by 2029.

As part of the event, James is planning a news conference, at which he will publicly discuss for the first time his decision to sign with the Los Angeles Lakers.

On Sunday, James posted a video on his multimedia platform UNINTERRUPTED in which he talked about the opening of the school and explained why his move to Los Angeles to play for the Lakers is a “dream come true for me.”

Every move LeBron makes is covered extensively. This is how LeBron likes it.