Smithfield-Selma Automotive Program
Mr. Vincent Williams

Phone: 919 934-5191 ext 5172

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

ASE Master Certifications ASE Heavy Duty Truck LS1 Advance Fuel Specialist

Mr. Vincent Williams

Welcome Students and Parents to the world of Automotive Repair!

This is my first year of teaching Automotive Repair at the High School level. The classes we offer are Automotive Fundamentals, Automotive Service I, II, & III.

I earned my undergraduate degree from Winston-Salem State University in Business Administration and my Master of Adult Education from North Carolina A&T State University. My career started as an automotive technician and moved up to Automotive Service Manager. My teaching career started at Guilford Technical Community College where I taught the General Motors Automotive Service Educational Program (GMASEP). Before leaving GTCC I was the Automotive Department Chair. I've trained dealership technicians for General Motors Corporation and evetually found my way to FIAT Chrysler Automobiles as an instructor then moving up to Manager of Technical Training Southeast and Great Lakes Region. I bring up-to-date automotive experience to SSS and am ready to build a strong automotive program that opens doors for our students who are interested in careers in the automotive field. Our Program is NATEF certified and students will have the opportunity to achieve MLR certification. This will help with entry level employment.

All course work is done through Canvas. I use email and phone calls for communications. I encourage you to contact me should you have any questions or concerns.

I look forward to a great year.

Go Spartans!

 

  • Fall 2020 Schedule

    1st:  Automotive Service I

    2nd: Planning

    3rd:  Automotive Fundamentals

    4th:  Automotive Fundamentals

JCPS Announcements

  • JCPS transitions to Plan B for all students

    The Johnston County Board of Education voted to return all Pre-K and EC-Self Contained students to Plan B, four days per week, beginning on Tuesday, Jan. 19. These students will participate in face-to-face instruction on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, with Wednesday serving as a remote learning day. All other students in grades K-12 will remain on Plan C until Monday, Feb. 1.

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  • High School State Assessments FAQ

    This FAQ document was created to provide responses to common or anticipated questions related to high school state assessments for first semester testing 2020-2021.

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  • Innovative Middle School and Program Information

    Fifth grade Students and Parents, are you looking for an innovative middle school or an innovative middle school program? Innovation Academy at South Campus and AVID could offer what you are looking for.

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  • JCPS to Return to Plan C

    Due to Johnston County being designated a “red” county by the NCDHHS, as well as increased quarantines and COVID cases in the school district as reflected on our dashboard, the Johnston County Board of Education voted to have ALL students, including Pre-K and EC self contained, return to remote learning under Plan C, beginning Monday, December 14 through Friday, January 15. Unless the remote learning period is extended beyond January 15th, students will return to the plan that they chose on the Second Semester Choice form on Tuesday, January 19.

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  • High School State Assessments Update

    On December 8th 2020, the Johnston County School Board of Education voted to return to Plan C (Remote Learning), we would like to provide an update to parents and guardians of options to complete state-mandated End-of-Course (EOC) and Career/Technical Education Post Assessment testing.

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