Welcome to the Library!


                 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM, Monday - Thursday

                 7:30 AM - 2:30 PM Fridays & before holidays
  Mrs. Patsy Divver, School Librarian,
     Mrs. Kathy Boissy, Library Assistant,
 Ms. Rachel Matthews, Library Aide,

The Millis Middle/High School Library is open from 7:30 AM until 3:30 PM Mondays through Thursday, and until 2:30 PM on Fridays and days preceding school holidays. Students are welcome to come before, during and after school to browse our collection, use the computers and resources, and enjoy this area of the school.
The library is staffed throughout the day. Whether it's locating a book or print a page, find a resource or discuss a question, we are here to help with your library needs.

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The library's online collection is available 24/7.  Search the Catalog by keyword, title, author, subject or series. Patrons can preview and select materials to check out through this link. Ebooks may be downloaded and read.
(User Name: Millis Public Schools - password:  Library).
Search through this link to Follett Destiny
Millis Middle/High School Library Collection         
You may also use this "widget" to Destiny Discover for a different interface for searching our collection:


Through the Middle/High School Library connection with the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners, the Massachusetts Library System with state funds and Federal Institute of Museum and Library Services Funds, the Gale Databases and the Encyclopedia Britannica online are available to our library. We also subscribe to World Book Encyclopedia and eBooks as well.

The Electronic Databases provide connections to periodicals, magazines, newspapers, eBooks, podcasts, websites and more. These resources may now be accessed from school and home.

Select the appropriate link and go, or choose the “Full Suite”.  Access these resources here:  
Gale Databases  
Encyclopedia Britannica connects to links for personalized learning at three levels: Elementary, Middle and High School. Read-aloud options are at all levels and translation is available for over 50 languages. Topics include "Behind the News", "On this Day", "In Their Words", and "Science in Pictures." Additional connections are available for Current Events, Primary Sources, and The New York Times.

Spanish Reference Center includes a reference collection for both Middle, High School and College. 

Access to Original Source Documents from U.S. History can be found in Annals of American History.

Current and historical statistics on the countries of the world can be found in World Data Analyst.

The online encyclopedia, World Book,  provides an encyclopedia with plenty of additional tools. Check the link and explore the World Book Discover area, with dictionary, atlas and videos. All the encyclopedia entries give proper citation information to help you with your research. 

For an easy-to-follow site, check out this guide:
School Library Resources

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