Mayor Jackson’s Annual Youth Summit and Cleveland Metropolitan School District Back to School Fair

On Saturday, August 17, 2013, Mayor Frank G. Jackson and CEO Eric Gordon will welcome more than 2,500 Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) students and their parents to “Mayor Jackson’s 7th Annual Youth Summit and CMSD Back to School Fair” at Cleveland Public Auditorium. This event is built on highlighting the importance of Conduct, Courage and Character to the youth of the City of Cleveland. Parents and students will attend workshops and visit tables with information on school, community and City of Cleveland services and resources.


This year, while supplies last, students attending the event will receive grade appropriate school supplies which include a backpack with pens, pencils, paper, glue, highlighters, etc. The goal of the summit and fair is to empower young people and their families with the fundamental skills that will translate into a successful school year and useful information they can use in their daily lives.

Note: There will be free parking available at Willard Garage adjacent to Cleveland City Hall.



Mayor Frank G. Jackson

Eric Gordon, CEO, Cleveland Metropolitan School District

Monyka Price, Chief of Education, Office of the Mayor

Yvonne Pointer, Project Director, City of Cleveland’s Community Relations Board and Community Activist, Humanitarian, Philanthropist, Motivational Speaker, Author


7th Annual Youth Summit and Back to School Fair


Cleveland Public Hall

500 Lakeside Avenue


Saturday, August 17, 2013 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Registration is from 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

About Daniel Williams

City of Cleveland, Ohio, Director of Media Relations

One thought on “Mayor Jackson’s Annual Youth Summit and Cleveland Metropolitan School District Back to School Fair

  1. Reblogged this on Cleveland Safety and commented:
    Stop by and visit Firefighters Damon Johnson and Larry Gray to learn about fire prevention and safety. Take part in a session on self defense (females grades 9-12) and join us for “Ask A Cop” sessions for grades Kindergarten through 6th and 7th through 12th from the Cleveland Division of Police.

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