A person who has the authority to supervise or direct.(noun)
A janitor or custodian in a building, especially in an apartment house.(noun)
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Use "superintendent" in a sentence
"The highest school officer is the _state superintendent of common schools_, or, as he is sometimes called, _superintendent of public instruction_."
"He said, per Jonathan's tweets, "Having somebody like Michelle Rhee no longer be superintendent is a step backwards" ..."
"In November he called a superintendent and school board members greedy and arrogant, and last week he went after a mayor who complained about the state's response to the blizzard."