Note: Apps are approved once per quarter, and the last day of each quarter is also the deadline for requesting Apps. Curriculum coordinators will review and approve or deny app requests at the start of each quarter, and apps will be made available soon after. An APPalogue will be continuously updated and provided to district staff to learn about all available Apps and how these Apps might be used in classrooms.
The following are considered "Foundation Apps" and do not require an Application. They will remain on the iPads for the foreseeable future:
1Password30 HandsAdobe Acrobat ReaderAdobe Fill & SignAdobe Spark VideoClass DoJoClasscraftClasskickConnectEd McGraw HillDestiny DiscoverDestiny QuestDropboxEDpuzzleEducreations Interactive WhiteboardExpeditions Developed by Google, Inc.Explain EverythingFlipgrid.Gibbs Smith Education Google ChromeGoogle ClassroomGoogle DocsGoogle DriveGoogle PhotosGoogle SheetsGoogle SlidesHMH Close Reads: Grades 6-8HMH Common Core Reading Practice and Assessment Grades K-5HMH ReadersHoughton Mifflin Harcourt eTextbooksiBooksiMovieiStationiTunes UKahoot! - Play Learning GamesKeynoteKITE ClientMicrosoft ExcelMicrosoft OneNoteMicrosoft OneDriveMicrosoft PowerPointMicrosoft Teams (Replaces Classroom)Microsoft WordNearpodNotesNumbersNWEA Secure Testing (MAP)OneDrivePagesPaper 53Pearson eTextPearson eText for SchoolsPhoto BoothPic Collage for KidsPixton Comic MakerPopplet LitePuffin AcademyPuffin Web Browser (Elementary)QR Reader for iPadQuickHWQuizletREAD 180 Universal Student AppRemindSeesawShadow Puppet EDUSkoolbo Sock PuppetsSocrative StudentStudentVUETES Teach with BlendspaceThe BullyBøxThingLinkTinyTap, Games by TeachersTumbleBooksVisual Task TimerWeeblyYouTube Kids
NOTE: We’ve identified an incredible resource that might speed up the application process for you. Common Sense Media offers ratings and reviews of thousands of iPad Apps, and they also provide some (but not all) of the information we’ve embedded into our approval process . . . including descriptions for classroom usage!! As long as you cite that the “descriptions were provided by Common Sense Media,” you can use some of the content to complete your application. Go to https://www.commonsense.org/education/reviews/all?page=1&sort=-review.learning_rating&platforms=26 for more information!