This grant will allow FWISD to properly train a cadre of qualified individuals as certified trainers of the PROTECT program to help build capacity and sustainability. Trained trainers will provide skills-based education first to staff district wide and then prevention education to the students in 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 9th and 11th grade. By identifying organizations and agencies committed to irradiating human trafficking in Tarrant County, FWISD and its two NGO partners will build a comprehensive multidisciplinary team. A strong multidisciplinary team with the inclusion of local law enforcement means the District can create policies, protocols and procedures to establish and implement a Human Trafficking School Safety Protocol (HTSSP). Local law enforcement partners will specifically address the safety, security, and well-being of staff and students and define the proper and effective role of school staff in responding to potential and confirmed cases of human trafficking, including notifying and engaging parents, guardians, or caregivers as appropriate.