Doris has accrued 50 years of service within West Lothian schools and is very well known by colleagues across the West Lothian Education Service.
Doris started work around her 16th birthday and has worked in two secondary schools Armadale Academy (30 years) and Inveralmond Community High School (20 years).
During her long career she has become an expert in the School database system, Seemis, and has supported and trained hundreds of colleagues in its use across West Lothian.
Even though Doris went part-time three years ago she still comes into school every day (volunteering 2 days per week) at 6.30am and does not leave until late.
Suzie Young, Headteacher of Inveralmond Community High School, said: "Doris' length of service isn't just about work, but a lovely story of commitment and dedication to public service.
"She has donated her own money to benefit some of our most deprived children and generally goes above and beyond every day. No one that has worked with Doris can ever recall her being off sick and having worked in education for 30 years myself, I have never come across a more dedicated, kind and loyal employee."
West Lothian Council's Depute Chief Executive Elaine Cook added: "I worked closely with Doris for many years. She is known by so many colleagues and has been an incredible support to so many of us. On behalf of her colleagues at West Lothian Council, I'd like to congratulate Doris on reaching this incredible milestone.