Seaford School District Hires Constables

On Monday, October 17, 2022 at the Seaford School District (SSD) regular monthly meeting, the SSD Board of Education voted on and approved the hiring of two constables for the District.  Superintendent Dr. Corey Miklus commented, “The safety of our students is always our top priority.  We are appreciative to the Delaware Legislation, which made us able to use Safety and Security funds from a State Block Grant to hire two constables along with adding and upgrading security cameras across the district.  The experience and knowledge our two constables bring to the position makes us safer immediately.” 

We are happy to introduce our two constables to you Mr. Paul Anthony and Mr. B. Scott Gray.  Both of our constables have many years of experience in law enforcement and live in the Seaford School District.


Constable Paul Anthony was in the Delaware State Police from 1988-2016 retiring as a Master Corporal/ Pilot/ DSP Medic.  He then became the Chief of Police for the Town of Blades in 2016 where he served until his retirement in May of this year. 


Constable B. Scott Gray retired for the Delaware State Police in September of this year after a 25+ year career.  He retired as a Master Corporal after spending 12 years as a criminal investigator.  Constable Gray is also a graduate of Seaford High School (1990).


Our new constables were asked about why they wanted to be a constable at ‘The Nest’.  Constable Anthony responded with, "I am really looking forward to opening this new chapter in my career.

I love working with the kids and have my own grandkids in the Seaford School District. Having spent 34 years in Delaware law enforcement, 28 as a Trooper and 6 as a Police Chief, I relish the opportunity to work with the children directly.   As with the time that I invested coaching youth sports, I intend to be a role model for the children and help provide them with a safe and secure environment in which to learn."  Constable Gray shared this; “I was very fortunate to serve our community as a Delaware State Trooper for twenty six years. Now I look forward to returning to the Seaford School District, where I spent my youth. I truly believe the constable position is important to not only protect our youth, but also to serve as a role model. I’m truly thankful to the Delaware State Police and the Seaford School District for allowing me the opportunity to protect and serve our community and youth.”


Both Constable Anthony and Constable Gray begin their positons on Monday, October 31, 2022.