Fresh from performing at the Essence Music Festival, Columbia High senior Zion Moore entertained for the third year in a row.
Jan Reynolds and her Icon models showcased back-to-school fashions from Baby Girl Couture at the Mall at Stonecrest and other designers.
Kaiser Permanente mascot Doc Broc wowed the audience with a few moves of his own.
An enthusiastic audience applauds singers, dancers and speakers who took to the stage during the noon-to-5 p.m. expo that celebrated the impending start of the new school year on Aug. 8.
DeKalb School System’s McGruff the Crime Dog posed with a young fan.
Hundreds of people received free blood pressure and blood sugar screenings from Georgia Piedmont Technical College. They also received information on STDs.
Hundreds of people received free blood pressure and blood sugar screenings from Oakhurst Medical Centers. They also received information on STDs.
Ninety-two people received rapid HIV tests from the DeKalb County Board of Health. They also received information on STDs.
Lisa Moultrie of the DeKalb Solicitor General’s Office helps a student sign Sherry Boston’s Perfect Attendance Pledge.
DeKalb Schools Superintendent R. Stephen Green, with his grandsons, brought greetings to the large crowd.
ODE shared information about this fall’s constitutional amendment to create a state-run school district.
CrossRoadsNews Editor and Publisher Jennifer Parker (left) and expo emcee Lillie Shaw-Lomax (right) pose with grand prize winner Mekia Taylor.