In the 2015 regular session, the Alabama legislature passed Erin's Law which is aimed at addressing the sexual abuse of children. The law requires all public schools to establish and implement a developmentally appropriate instructional program based on the prevention of sexual abuse from pre-K through 12th grade. The curriculum must address safe and unsafe touching, safe and unsafe secrets, how to get away from an abuser, and reporting.
The law created a state task force that will actually develop guidelines for schools to follow in order to comply with the law. That task force has just started its work, so until those guidelines are developed and published, schools are not required to do anything. In the meantime, it is important to remember that all educators are mandatory reporters, so if you suspect a child is being harmed, you must report accordingly.