Millennium High School Library Media Center


Library Media Center

We are so excited to have in person learning resume 4th Quarter. The library hours are 7:00 am to 3:00 pm. In person students may request a pass to the library for book checkout and/or Chromebook assistance.

Remote students can schedule an appointment with Mrs. Zeller.

For troubleshooting steps you can try on your own first, please visit our Chromebook Tips & Tidbits page.

*Please visit the District Parent Hub for additional information related to remote learning.

Mrs. Zeller, Millennium's Library Media Specialist

Martha Zeller, M.Ed

Library Media Specialist

(623) 932-7200 x2020

Mrs. Stover, Millennium's Library Clerk

Rebekkah Stover

Library Clerk

(623) 932-7200 x2999

Ms. Spencer, Millennium's Network Technician

Sara Spencer

Network Technician

(623) 932-7200 x2999

Introducing Sora

Sora is new to our campus, and is a great resource while we are learning from home. Students and staff can login to Sora with their district Clever account and checkout both ebooks and audiobooks from our collection that we share with the rest of the district. Download Sora for free from your app store, or visit the link below to get started!

Not sure what to select? Try listening or reading a sample to see if it meets your interest prior to checking out just like you would flip through the pages or read the back cover of a book from our physical library.

What's New In Sora

What’s new in Sora, December 2020.mp4


Destiny Discover

Library Media Center Policies

Library services are available during school hours from 7:00 am - 3:00 pm. Our last appointment daily is at 2:45 pm. We are open for Chromebook issues, book checkout, as well as other needs you may have. Printing services are currently unavailable.

Circulation Requirements

Books are checked out for thirty 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

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