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Walkerville, VA
Monday, November 13, 2017
Carolyn Purcell, Editor

Maryland schoolgirls put on show for police

Teaching young women to show skin a “top priority” says Superintendent Bonnie Ward.

Several Kent County High School teen-agers were forced by school officials to put on a strip show for police last month as part of a new “back to basics” educational program at the Maryland high school.

School Superintendant Bonnie Ward said that the girls’ performance was being reviewed, and said that “teaching women that when they’re told to undress, showing some skin is a top priority” at Kent Country High.

According to Ward, the stripshow was part of a new program to get back to basics, teaching “the four ‘R’s: readin’, ritin’, ’rithmatic, and ’rotica.”

Kent County Sheriff John Price said he’d give them an “A”. “It was a good show. They’ve got nice legs. But we didn’t get to see their grey area, if you know what I mean, and I think you do.”

School officials said that parents would be able to purchase video tapes of the girls’ show as soon as the ACLU got off their backs.

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