Mr. Charles Feld
Mr. Feld began his teaching profession at Umatilla High School where he served as an ESE instructor and ESE School Specialist for over ten years. He coached multiple sports, both girls and boys JV and Varsity sports teams. While at Umatilla High School he also assisted many high school students with Drivers Education through Lake County Schools Behind the Wheel Driver Education program. In August of 2013 he was fortunate and was provided the opportunity to lead staff and students as an Assistant Principal at East Ridge High School, Clermont Fl. He worked at ERHS the next six years where he acquired many skill sets, gained knowledge and experiences to improve students, staff, and community. In his time at ERHS he worked closely with seniors (12th grade students) and staff improving graduation rates. He was responsible for and worked with great colleagues in the departments of ESE, Guidance, Social Studies, Science, and Athletics.
He is very excited to be an Eagle working with students and staff of MDMS as he begins his 7th year as an administrator.
He enjoys moments when students, parents, and staff are able to make connections and create paths to success through relationships, use of student data, and relevancy.
A quote that is very meaningful and speaks to him that he often shares with students: Your goals do not determine your success, it is your commitment to the process, work ethic, attitude, and habits that decide what you achieve.
He looks forward to assisting and helping students, staff, and parents of the Mount Dora community.
He is a Mount Dora Middle School EAGLE!
Ms. Charlotte Dunston Williams
Ms. Williams grew up in Eustis, Florida. She answered her calling to become an educator as a high school student by serving as a tutor with the district’s migrant student after school program. She attended the University of Florida where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Health Science Education in 1994 and a Master of Education in Special Education in 1996. In 2005 Ms. Williams earned an Education Specialist from National-Louis University in Educational Leadership.
Ms. Williams was an exceptional student education teacher for eleven years before becoming an assistant principal. She has served in various capacities over the years. She began her career in 1996 as a university school instructor at P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School where she worked to establish a program of services for students in the secondary grades at P.K. Yonge DRS. She then relocated back home and began her professional service with Lake County Schools. Ms. Williams served as a varying exceptionalities teacher and consultation teacher at Mount Dora High School and Eustis High School. While at Eustis High School Ms. Williams also served as the team leader for the exceptional education department at the Curtright Campus for ninth grade students, as well as, as a mentor teacher for new teachers.
Ms. Williams joined the Mount Dora Middle School community in 2014. Before coming to Mount Dora Middle School Ms. Williams was an assistant principal at several area schools, including, Leesburg High School, Tavares Middle School, and Tavares High School. Ms. Williams has made a positive impact on the school culture of Mount Dora Middle by empowering teacher leaders, working on programs to close the achievement gap among the different socioeconomic and ethnic groups, and coordinating the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) program which supports student achievement as a part of the Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) framework. This year, Ms. Williams and the PBIS team have developed and implemented teacher resources to teach, guide, and reward positive behavior.
Ms. Williams is proud to be an Eagle and a member of #ONETEAM. Her pride, commitment, and enthusiasm for learning can be seen in her daily interactions with the students, faculty, staff, parents, and surrounding community of Mount Dora Middle School.