The TraffickSTOP program is a human trafficking identification and prevention curriculum for high school students.  The program was developed with the support of the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice and the National White Collar Crime Center.  The National White Collar Crime Center has partnered with the International Association of Chiefs of Police and National Association of School Resource Officers to develop a toolkit with curriculum, materials, and resources that will be implemented at select pilot schools.  After SRO West and SRO Castillo completed the program training, provided free of cost by the National White Collar Crime Center, Crossville and Collinsville High Schools were chosen to be pilot schools for the program.  

"Human trafficking happens in all communities. Youth have powerful voices. At the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C), we believe that equipping students with knowledge and resources is an important aspect of identification and prevention. With this in mind, we developed a curriculum that helps empower students to STOP human trafficking."


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All Dekalb County Schools have been inspected by an EPA-approved asbestos inspector
and maintain a management plan file in the school office as required under the AHERA
regulations. The file is available to any parent to view.
Most of our asbestos containing materials are in the form of floor tiles and are non-
friable. The law requires that we make this notice to all employees, students, and staff annually.
We are glad to provide a healthy atmosphere for students and staff.

Dekalb County Board of Education



  • Students can view their grades through the Student Portal. As we are still in the process of transitioning to PowerSchool, the Parent Portal is not currently available. More information is coming on this soon. In the meantime, parents can view grades using the Student Portal. Click this link for directions to access the Student Portal.

  • Parents, students, and all stakeholders may access the re-opening plan for the 2023-2024 school year at this link.

2023-2024 Back-to-School Plan - Updated 8/1/23

About Us

DeKalb County Schools District offers K-12 education to nearly 9,000 students across thirteen schools. We strive to meet the needs of a well-rounded student body by providing rigorous academic offerings, a variety of extracurricular activities, sports programs, Arts integration programs, as well as having a stand along career and technical center (DeKalb County Technology Center).

Our campuses are the center of their respective communities, and the pride and support are evident upon any visit at one of our campuses. We hope you are able to find the information you need on and enjoy visiting our newly revised website.

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DeKalb County Schools Administrative Office 

Physical Address
306 Main Street West
Rainsville, AL 35986

Mailing Address
PO Box 1668
Rainsville, AL 35986 

Phone: 1-256-638-6921
Fax: 1-256-638-6972