museum consists of a single preserved
classroom where artifacts and all sorts of
memorabilia are displayed. Included therein
are copies of the school's yearbook, The
Shield (1950-1969), as well as copies
of the school's newspaper, the High
Times (1938-1969). In the hall outside
the "history room" is a large display case
filled with trophies won by SHS athletes
over the years. In addition, more than 40
large "story boards" covering the school's
history, with lots of "remastered" old
photographs, are mounted on walls lining the
halls of the Glenn Building's main floor and
the top floor above it.
The museum is open to the public from 8 a.m.
until 4 p.m. Monday through Friday (except
school holidays). The reception area is
located just inside a newly constructed main
entrance that faces a large, paved parking
lot on the Second Street side of the
building (where the playground used to be).
Visitors are asked to sign in at the
reception desk and remain respectful of the
building's offices and meeting spaces as
administrative employees of Johnston County
Schools carry out their daily duties.