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Human Trafficking Awareness

The State of Georgia requires all students in grades six through twelve to receive a single Human Trafficking Awareness lesson. Social studies teachers will teach this one lesson either in the fall or the spring.

Prior to any instruction, middle and high schools will send a letter home to parents as well as call and email parents to the lastest contact information provided by the students' families. This will alert parents to the opportunity to review the single-day lesson and their right to choose to opt a child out of the lesson prior to instruction.

The school district will host parent review sessions for parents. They may also request an individual review appointment.

If a parent chooses to opt a child out of instruction, an opt out form is available with the parent letter or from a child’s school. 


Key Contacts

Debbie Sarratt
School Improvement Director

Social Studies teachers at your child's school.