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District iPads

Changing iTunes Accounts

Setting up Email Settings:
Settings Tutorial

Select "Exchange" option
User Name: full email

Change Email Signature

Online Resources

iBooks Textbooks

iTunesU - This app has complete courses available!  Learn something new...


Quick Links

iPad Geotagging

If you do not want the GPS location data embedded in photos taken on your iPad you will need to turn off location services for the Camera application.

Click HERE for a tutorial

iPad Apps Disclaimer

The below information is located in the student handbooks. 



In addition to student accounts, the District utilizes various applications and websites for student use. The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act requires operators of commercial websites to obtain parent approval before doing business with or collecting personal information from children under the age of 13. However, it is difficult to obtain this consent from every single parent in the school setting, so federal law allows for school districts to provide this consent on behalf of all students when a website is used for educational purposes. LPS will only consent for students to access websites that are educational and will never consent to the collection or use of a student’s personal information for commercial purposes. LPS strictly follows all federal laws protecting the confidentiality of student information.


If you have any questions regarding the websites LPS uses, please feel free to contact your building administrator. For more information on COPPA, go to

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iPad Basics

Anatomy of the iPad - get to know your device

Mute your iPad - press and hold the volume down for two seconds

Lock Sounds - Settings / General / Sounds turn "Lock Sounds" on.  Now you can use the slider above the sound to mute notification sounds only.

Increase Efficiency

  • Double tap your spacebar when typing - it will add a period and a space.
  • Closing background apps - double tap the home button and swipe up the app(s) you want closed.