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the educator who has executive authority for a school

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Deputy headmistress Dawn Casserly believes it is all about commitment.
She was sacked from the job she loved as a deputy headmistress and despite her exoneration, her CV is now toxic.
Sulafa Qandeel, deputy headmistress of Jubilee Private School, said, "We ask parents to show their passports and those of their children," Qandeel said.
The teachers association of Stavrou high-school punished the pupils who were involved in the attack against the 14-year-old, but did so not on account of them being racist, but because they swore at the deputy headmistress of the school.
She plays a deputy headmistress in the hit children's spy drama MI High - and in real life she spends her time between acting jobs teaching in a primary school.
MINERVA McGONAGALL: Deputy headmistress at Hogwarts, professor of transfiguration, head of Gryffindor House (played by Maggie Smith).
The first fan to greet him at lunchtime was 84-year-old Phyllis Kaye, from Quarmby, a former deputy headmistress at Helme and one-time thespian.
Deputy headmistress, Christine Brownlee, said: "The children were excited and proud to be part of this time capsule project, and we're looking forward to working with Sainsbury's on further events in the future.
School deputy headmistress Lynnette Morgan said: "This has been a fantastic day for all the children.
Deputy headmistress Dawn Casserly believes it is all about commitment, with ten of the current crop of teachers are former pupils themselves giving proof that the St Paul's ethos lasts well beyond the age of 18.
ISLAMABAD, June 15, 2010 (Balochistan Times): The converting of posts of Deputy Headmasters, Deputy Headmistress and Female Vice Principals into Secondary Schools Teachers and Senior School Teachers has cause sense of concern among hundreds of officers.
During his trial, the court heard Park battered the 30-year-old deputy headmistress to death in July, 1976.
I rang the deputy headmistress, told her their names; she did not seem surprised when I said who it was.
Beamed down from a higher culture to sit in judgment alongside Ladette to Lady deputy headmistress Rosemary Shrager, former Times restaurant critic Jonathan Meades was excruciatingly out of place.
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