To The Parents and Guardians of Academy Cadets:
The entire Delaware Academy of Public Safety and Security staff and cadet body experienced a monumental loss on Tuesday, October 17th 2017. We were all saddened to learn of the death of one of our own, a 9th Grade Cadet, who tragically lost his life during an incident that occurred in the City of Wilmington that afternoon. Our plan is to pull together to provide each other with support, guidance and an opportunity to grieve. At this moment of loss, we need to be here for each other and ask that everyone be considerate and supportive of one another as this tragedy has affected everyone. Grief counselors are being provided during Academy hours for cadets and staff members alike, providing emotional support. The Academy requests that our entire body keep the cadet, his family, his loved ones and his friends in their thoughts.
On Thursday, October 12th 2017 the Academy’s Tactical Operations Command Color Guard presented the nations colors at the opening ceremonies of the Delaware Charter School Network annual IDEA Awards. The Color Guard performed honorably and was commended by Secretary Robert Coupe of the Delaware Department of Safety and Homeland Security for their outstanding work and presentation. The Academy would like to recognize Senior Cadets Tyler Crabill and Destiny Fisher along with Cadets Janelly Salazar and Wendy Sotelo for their great effort.
Join the Parent Information Center for a workshop addressing bullying and social skills in schools.
Students in 11th and 12th grade and their families are invited to attend the Military Fair to gain knowledge about the Military and to meet representatives from various organizations!
This is an opportunity for cadets and their parents to come out and speak to several college representative and learn what their school has to offer.
Cadets Jordan Angel and Caitlyn Cutter have worked hard and successfully passed the National Registry EMT exam which makes them fully certified Emergency Medical Technicians.