• Antelope High School Library Mission Statement

    The Antelope High School Library strives to foster a positive school culture and sense of community by placing students at the center of everything we do. Through our equitable and accessible library services and programming, we

    • establish a “sense” of place for students to interact, communicate, and collaborate with one another,
    • forge key relationships and partnerships with teachers to plan and deliver meaningful instruction,   
    • create inclusive and accessible collections that celebrate diverse experiences in order to inspire the reading lives of students and staff,
    • enable students’ beliefs in their own ability to seek and use information successfully,
    • contribute to students’ rigorous application of skills, knowledge, and behaviors necessary for thriving in today’s global society, and
    • empower students to practice intellectual freedom, explore, innovate, and take risks in order to develop the skills necessary to be college and career-ready and self-directed, lifelong learners.






    District Librarian: Zenia Treto, MLIS candidate, Spring 2023

    Passionate about helping teens with their literacy skills and inspiring them to create and use information ethically.


    My name is Zenia Treto. I have been at RJUHSD since 2003, serving as English, ELD, Social Science teacher, and Teacher-Librarian.  I've been a District Librarian since 2021.  I have a BA in History, Credentials in English, Social Science, and Library Science.  In Spring 2023, I will have completed my Masters in Library and Information Science from San Jose State University.

    I'm passionate about educational policy, research, and learning technology.  When I'm not in the library you might find me hiking in the mountains, or at home spending time with my husband, two daughters, and adorable French Bulldog Abby!


    Contact Info


    (916) 726-1400 ext. 6052


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    Library Media Technician: Alyssa Shepard


    Hello, my name is Alyssa Shepard. I have been working in preschools for just shy of ten years - as a teacher, school director, and teacher mentor. I have a true passion for working with youth and creating lifelong learners. I am also a part-time fitness instructor, just to keep things exciting! I am excited for this new journey of working with teens as I help Titans discover or expand their love for literature. 

    I look forward to getting to know you all. Go Titans!

    Contact Info


    (916) 726-1400 ext. 6052