Milt Doda

Special Education Faculty

Milt Doda is highly experienced special education faculty member and school administrator, with a distinguished career spanning four states: Maryland, Colorado, Virginia, and Vermont. A former activity therapist and residential counselor in several therapeutic communities, Milt served as a special educator, Dean of Students, and Assistant Principal at Blue Mountain Union School in Wells River, VT, from 1999 to 2013, after which he served as Assistant Principal at Lyndon Town School in Lyndonville, VT. After retiring from Lyndon Town in 2015, Milt became an art instructor at Littleton Art Studio, teaching the potter’s wheel as a means for self-expression. Milt earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Art Education at Delaware State College and a Master’s of Art in Ceramics at Columbia Visual Arts College in Maryland. He completed his special education and administrative licensure at Old Dominion College (VA) and Lyndon State College.

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