Superintendent may refer to:

  • Superintendent (police), Superintendent of Police (SP), Senior Superintendent of Police or SSP - a police rank
  • Superintendent (prison) or Superintendent of Prison, Superintendent of Jail, Senior Superintendent of Jail - a rank in prisons - head of a district, central or special prison in India and Pakistan, etc.
  • Superintendent (ecclesiastical), a church executive performing the duties of a bishop
  • Superintendent (education), an education executive or administrator
  • Superintendent (politics), the elected head of each Provincial Council in New Zealand from 1853 to 1876
  • Superintendent (United States Air Force), a United States Air Force position
  • Superintendent (construction), a supervisor who is responsible for scheduling subcontractors on behalf of the general contractor
  • Building superintendent, a manager, maintenance or repair person, custodian or janitor, especially in the United States; sometimes shortened to "super"

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California State Elections, 1994 - Constitutional Offices - Superintendent of Public Instruction
... See also California Superintendent of Public Instruction election, 1994 ... California State Superintendent of Public Instruction election, 1994 Candidate Votes Percentage Delaine Eastin 3,892,681 55.60% Maureen DiMarco 3,108,221 44.40% Hal Rice (write-in ...
Catawba County Schools - Governance and Funding - Superintendent
... The current superintendent of Catawba County Schools is Dan Brigman ... He began in July, 2012, and was previously the superintendent at Macon County Schools ...
List Of Police Ranks In India
... rank of Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) or Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) in Metropolitan Police and State Police forces respectively ... Inspector General of Police Deputy Commissioner of Police or Senior Superintendent of Police Deputy Commissioner of Police or Superintendent of Police Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police ...
Superintendent, Mass. Correctional Institution At Walpole V. Hill - Opinion of The Court
... The Commonwealth also did not challenge the Supreme Judicial Court's holding that Massachusetts law gave rise to a liberty interest in good-time credits that was protected by the Due Process Clause ... Instead, the Commonwealth challenged the court's holding that due process required the board's decision to be supported by "some evidence", rather than simply that the board's action not be "arbitrary and capricious" ...
Milford High School (Massachusetts) - School Organization - Central Office
... are located here, with the exception of the Technology Director, Security Director, and Assistant Superintendent for Pupils' Services ... Offices located here include the Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent, Business Manager, as well as their respective secretaries ...