Millennium High School Library Media Center

Library Media Center

Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 7:00 am - 3:00 pm

Wednesday - 8:30 am - 3:10 pm

Student IDs

Student IDs must be worn visibly at all times to be in the library, to use the computers to print, and for all library transactions.

Martha Zeller

Library Media Specialist

(623) 932-7200 x2020

mzeller@aguafria.org

Doreen Wells

Library Clerk

(623) 932-7200 x2021

dwells@aguafria.org

Library Media Center Policies

Students may visit the library media center before school, after school, or during Power Hour without a pass as long as student IDs are worn visibly.

During class time and during passing periods, students must have a pass from their teacher listing the date, time, and student's name(s) and as well as having their student ID(s).

Water is allowed in the library media center. All other food and drink must be consumed outside.

The library media center is intended to be a place for students to read, research, and get schoolwork completed. Talking should be kept to a minimum as the library is not a hangout spot.

Printing can only be done from the computer lab. There is a 10 page limit (10 single-sided pages or 20 double-sided pages) per day.

Immediate Chromebook help is available during the school day. All other Chromebook issues should be brought to the library media center before school, after school, or during Power Hour.

Checking Out Materials

Student IDs are required to check out or renewing materials. IDs are not required to return materials to the library, but must still be worn at all times.

Student IDs should not be shared or given to a friend to check out materials for you. The responsibility lies with whose name the materials are checked out to.

Students with fees or overdue items will not be allowed to use any library resource until the overdue materials are returned and all debts are paid off.

Circulation Requirements

Books are checked out for 30 days at a time, with no more than three books checked out simultaneously.

Books will not be checked out to students owing fines or with books that are overdue. Books may be renewed one additional time as long as no one else has a hold placed on that title.

Books that are not returned or renewed on time will be marked as lost and the replacement cost applied. Once the book has been returned or paid for, the fine will be removed. Notices are sent to parent and student e-mail accounts.

Lost or damaged books will be assessed a replacement cost fee. All library books are due by the end of the year, and any and all replacement costs must be paid prior to purchasing dance tickets and parking permits, and graduation. Replacement costs can either be paid or the book replaced with an equitable copy of the title that was lost or damaged. The library staff can assist you with making this determination.

Books Available Online

Books that are out-of-copyright, meaning their copyright protection has expired, are available online at Classic Reader, Bibliomania, and Bartleby.com.

Below are links for specific titles.

* Signifies title is on the Common Core Literature reading list.

Billy Budd, Sailor by Herman Melville *

Home by Anton Chekhov *

Inferno by Dante Alighieri

Ivanhoe by Walter Scott

The Nose by Nikolai Goglol *

Sons and Lovers by D.H. Lawrence

Tartuffe by Jean-Baptiste Moliere *

Tender is the Night by F. Scott Fitgerald

The Tragedy of Faust by Johann von Goethe

The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

Uncle Tom’s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe

The White Heron by Sarah Orne Jewett *

The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins