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Jean-Pierre Delmas, known by the students at Kadic as Mr. Delmas and to Sissi as Daddy or Dad, is the headmaster of Kadic. He is very straightforward and weak-minded too, as his daughter Sissi can often boss him around, sometimes to the advantage or disadvantage of Team Lyoko. He is very ignorant and gullible as seen in his dealings with his daughter and members of Team Lyoko. She has convinced him many times to organize school dances and other activities for her (or rather, has demanded for him to do so). He often does the announcements at school via the PA system, as most principals of schools do. He often evacuates the school, should there be a problem, like a XANA attack.
He sometimes can be overly authoritative, as seen in Satellite when he quashes the "Bring Back Mobiles!" protest and is yelling at his own daughter. However, he also offers compassion, sympathy, and support as seen when Ulrich asks to go to the hospital with Odd in Killer Music
He is voiced by Alan Wenger, who is also the casting director of the show.
- He fired Jim in Code: Earth, because he felt that Jim had hurt Jeremie, but a time reversion in False Start made him forget all about the incident and allowed Jim to have his job back.
- He was possessed by XANA in Ultimatum and again in Wrong Exposure.
- He has been in the factory multiple times to reprove/scold Jeremie before returning to the past and losing his memory of the factory.
- It's hinted by his own words in Echoes that he is quite generous when it comes to Sissi's allowance (he has already given her almost a two-year advance on her allowance), but he refuses to give her another cent.
- His personality has, like Jim's, also changed for the worse. In Season 1, he was usually lenient and calm except when the student body revolts against his anti-cell phone policy. In Season 4, he is much more stern, cold at times (especially around his daughter Sissi) and stricter.
- Rightly so, Jean-Pierre frequently calls the Kadic students "children" when he addresses them in announcements or talks to them personally; he does this in the video games as well.
- In False Lead, it is revealed that Odd named his virtual pet Jean-Pierre after Principal Delmas.