Homeland Security charter school will train tomorrow's prison guards

Jason sez, "A new charter school in Wilmington, DE is in the works. The charter? Homeland security! Young adults, titled 'cadets,' will be trained in SWAT and 'prison guard, water rescue, paramedic, fireman, professional demolition and emergency response operator' skills.
Kids are definitely our guinea pigs: give it to them at school, at home and at their Disneyland vacation!"

The Project Manager for the Delaware Academy for Public Safety and Security, New Castle Attorney Thomas Little, signed a contract with Innovative Schools, a professional firm which will coordinate the mechanics of preparing the school for its eventual opening…

The first Principal of the institution is to be Dr. Fred Fitzgerald. A retired Captain in the Marine Corps, Fitzgerald teaches English, speech and debate at New Castle Christian Academy. Fitzgerald is also a former executive for Coca Cola in Jacksonville, Florida, and a former Director of Operations for the Port of Wilmington.


(Thanks, Jason!)