Non-District Supported Software

Non-District Adopted Software - IUSD Educational Technology

Online resources are an important part of IUSD's commitment to providing the highest quality educational experience for our students.  IUSD partners with educational software providers to provide personalized and engaging curriculum for students. Adaptive online assessments, like some of those listed below, help teachers address individual needs of each child. Collaborative tools allow students to problem-solve in an environment that mirrors what they will experience in college and career.  Videos and other online media help students make connections between learning in school and current events. At IUSD, we are excited to offer these resources to our students and their families. We are also committed to ensuring our students' safety and privacy online.

District Supported Software Resources meets State (AB-1584 and California Education Code section 49073.1) and Federal (FERPA) legal requirements and IUSD policy regarding data privacy. A current detailed list of district-adopted software programs can be found at:

School Adopted Software Resources - DPA - companies sign a Data Privacy Agreement to keep student information confidential, will not share with partners, and/or will not sell information to other firms or enterprises. The software listed below is not supported district-wide, and only some schools/teachers have elected to use the software with their classes. Despite the limited use of these resources, IUSD has worked with software providers to ensure that the following platforms meet State and Federal legal requirements and IUSD policy regarding data privacy.  A detailed, full list about School Adopted Software here: Parent permission is acknowledging that the site/app/software is being used in the classroom/school. ( A few key ones listed here: Flipgrid, Brainpop, Discovery Education, Learning A-Z, Newsela, Screencastify, Seesaw, ST Math, Tinkercad, Thinking Maps)

All other online software programs and websites are considered non-District adopted software, therefore, parent permission is needed.  Throughout the school year, the following software that is not listed by the district will be used in the classroom:


Website/App/Software Title


Login Information


Privacy Policy &

Terms of Use

Raz Kids/ Headsprouts

RAZ-Kids/Headsprouts is an interactive reading tool for our students to practice reading fluency and comprehension.


Spelling City

Games to practice spelling and/or vocabulary words


Class Dojo

Positive Behavior Management Program

See Handout and enter class code





Students have a lexile based independent reading program that tracks their success on the books they read. Research-based adaptive assessment that measures reading skills and longitudinal progress.


Student District ID & password


Image interaction technology that helps students become fluent in using digital media to express themselves and demonstrate their learning.

Google Account


Math skills game/assignments

Teacher created


Parent/Teacher communication

Google account and password

Near pod

Ready to teach interactive lessons for grades K-12

Pin Number

Teaches the fundamentals of computer science.

First name and last initial


Video discussion application for student engagement and formative assessment.

Class code


Provides student lessons across all topics at each student’s level.

Teacher created


A chrome extensions that lets you play back the revision history of any google doc that you create.

Google account

Prodigy Math

Adaptive math game for grades 1-7.

Student created


Helps students make visual stories in minutes.




Improves typing skills while competing in fast-paced races with typers from around the world.

Student created

ST Math

A visual instructional program that builds a deep conceptual understanding of math.

District login credentials


A free graphic design website. It uses a drag-and-drop format and provides access to over a photographs, graphics, and fonts.




A web-based animation software that allows you to easily create animated presentations with your students by manipulating pre-created objects, imported images, provided music and user created voice-overs.




A digital library for kids 12 & under.

Classroom code


Provides 4 writing tools that enable students to build writing, grammar, and proofreading skills.

Google account


Find and fix learning gaps with adaptive, differentiated learning in all K-8 subjects.

Google classroom

Splash Math

Fun math practice for students.

Google classroom


Free website builder

Google classroom


Please discuss this document with your child before signing, and return it to your teacher.

Thank you,

Meg Gwyn

Principal, College Park Elementary

_______I approve of the use of the software listed above for my student. 

_______I do not approve of the use of the software listed above for my student. 

_______________Date          _____________________________Student Name           _______Grade

 ______________________________Parent Signature ___________________________Parent Name