Principal

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Woodbridge High School (New Jersey) - Administration
... of the school's administration are Arthur Lee Warren, Principal Kenneth Pace, Vice Principal Martin Scarano, Vice Principal ...
Glenunga International High School - Principal
... The current principal is Wendy Johnson, who commenced her term at the beginning of 2008 ... She was previously the principal of Victor Harbor High School and has experience as a teacher, administrator and district director ... Robert Knight, who started at the school in 1992, retired as principal at the end of 2007 ...
Isidore Newman School - Principals and Heads of School
... James Addicott, Principal, 1904-1908 ... Henson, Principal, 1908-1947 ... Eddie Kalin, Principal, 1948-1964 ...
Valley Symphony Orchestra (LAVC)
... The principal strings of the VSO are the members of the Kadima String Quartet Eric km Clark, concertmaster Andrew Tholl, principal second violin Beth Elliott, principal viola Lynn Angebranndt ...
Montacute House - Interior - First Floor
... was the epicentre of all ceremony and state hence, its position at the head of the principal staircase, making it the finale of a processional route ... This small room at the head of the principal staircase divides the former Great Chamber from what would have been a principal bedroom ... Originally one of the principal bedrooms, during the early 20th century it became Lord Curzon's bedroom and as such was equipped with a plumbed bath hidden in a wardrobe, one of the few in the house ...

Famous quotes containing the word principal:

    All animals, except man, know that the principal business of life is to enjoy it.
    Samuel Butler (1835–1902)

    So in accepting the leading of the sentiments, it is not what we believe concerning the immortality of the soul, or the like, but the universal impulse to believe, that is the material circumstance, and is the principal fact in this history of the globe.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    The principal thing children are taught by hearing these lullabies is respect. They are taught to respect certain things in life and certain people. By giving respect, they hope to gain self-respect and through self-respect, they gain the respect of others. Self-respect is one of the qualities my people stress and try to nurture, and one of the controls an Indian has as he grows up. Once you lose your self-respect, you just go down.
    Henry Old Coyote (20th century)