Mr. Brett Doyle

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Mr. Brett Doyle

I am the Construction and Carpentry teacher at Smithfield Selma High.  I am originally from eastern Wake County and hold a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from NC State.  Go Pack! I have been involved in the construction industry for the past 25 years with focus in new residential home building.  During those years I have primarily been self employed.  I enjoy teaching constrution and showing students how to work with carpentry tools.

  • Fall 2018

     

    Block 1:  Core & Sustainablity

    Block 2:  Planning

    Block 3:  Carpentry 1

    Block 4:  Core & Sustainability

     

    Have a Great Day and wear your Safety Glasses!!

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