On Friday, April 9, 2010, Jim Pressly from Guiford Technical College and three local auto service technology experts conducted an evaluation of the Warren County High School Auto Service Technology Program. Once the evaluation process is complete and all guidelines have been met, the program will be ASE certified. The next visit is scheduled for May 2010. Warren County Schools has until June 30, 2010 to complete the certification process.
The team begins the process by reviewing all documentation from the previous evaluation. Mr. Pressly explains the process to the local team and WCHS Auto Instructor, Mr. Bobbitt.
The team is treated to lunch by the Warren County High School Culinary Arts program. Mr. Fogg and his students prepared and served a delicious lunch!
Mr. Pressly explains the results of the evalution to the Mr. Bobbitt and Mrs. Faucette, Principal of Warren County High.
The evaluation team consisted of: Rodney Campbell, Wilsons Automotive in Littleton; Jerry Johnston, Honda of Roanoke Rapids; Brooks Clayton, Tar Heel Tire (not pictured); Mr. Bobbitt, Auto Service Technology Instructor, Jim Pressley, Guilford Technical College,Ms. Carolyn Faucette, Principal, and Ernie Conner, Director of Career and Technical Education (not pictured).