St. Mary's County Public Schools

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St. Mary's County Public Schools (SMCPS) is a school district that serves St. Mary's County, Maryland, USA, at the confluence of the Potomac River, Patuxent River, and Chesapeake Bay. The area is a mixture of rural and suburban communities. Many of the families are employed by NAS Patuxent River, government contractors, St. Mary's College of Maryland, county government, and others involved in the traditional agriculture and water related businesses. It has an approximate enrollment of almost 17,000 students. SMCPS operates 17 elementary schools, 4 middle schools, 3 high schools, and Alternative Learning Center, and a Vocational Training Center, serving students in Grades Pre-K through 12th grade. The school system is overseen by the Maryland State Department of Education.[1]

The current Superintendent of Schools is Dr. Michael Martirano, who assumed duties on July 1, 2005, succeeding the previous Superintendent, Dr. Patricia Richardson, who stepped down in December 2004, to assume teaching duties at the University of Maryland, College Park.

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Rush Limbaugh Comments on St. Mary's County Public School's Policies[edit]

On Wednesday, 20 March 2013, Rush Limbaugh commented on a few of the policies of St. Mary's County Public Schools. He commented about the "no cupcake" rule, the "no hugs" rule and "no birthday party" rule. All these rules are the subjects as for the creation, growth and sustainability of the political correctness of the American Public Educational system or systems.