Cissy Lewis, Palo Alto, California (resigned Nov-Dec 2013)

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    Cissy Lewis, 63, English teacher (also academic dean, head of upper school, assistant head of school) at Castilleja School, Palo Alto, California, 1992 - 2013, resigned after allegations of sexual misconduct surface at schools (Baylor, Hockaday) where she taught 1973 - 1990

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    Mercury News: Palo Alto: Castilleja teacher accused of sexual misconduct (Jan 10 2014)

    An English teacher at Castilleja School in Palo Alto has resigned amidst allegations that she engaged in sexual misconduct with two students at schools in Tennessee and Texas in the 1980s. The students contacted Castilleja, a private school for girls in grades 6-12, about two months ago, said spokeswoman Dana Sundblad. As soon as the school learned of the "inappropriate relationships," the teacher was placed on administrative leave and an investigation was launched. The teacher denied the allegations and resigned, according to a letter Head of School Nanci Kauffman recently sent to family and alumnae ... Officials at Baylor and Hockaday confirmed that former students had made allegations of sexual misconduct against the teacher.

    Cissy Lewis, Palo Alto, California, Castilleja School, The Carey School, San Mateo, The Baylor School, Chattanooga, Tennessee, The Hockaday School, Dallas, Texas, Harpeth Hall School, Nashville
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    Profile at The Carey School (courtesy Wayback Machine July 10 2011):

    Cissy Lewis

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    Cissy is currently Head of Upper School at Castilleja School and has served as Academic Dean and Assistant Head Academic Dean. Previously she was Head of Upper School at The Baylor School and an English Teacher at Hockaday School. She received her education at Harvard University (Ed.M.) Middlebury College (M.A.) and The University of the South (B.A. in English and Biology).