Some teachers like to set a custom background on their class iPads to make them easier to tell apart and to distinguish them from other teachers’ iPads.
On the iPad, take (or find and save to the camera roll) pictures that you’d like to use for the wallpaper. You can use colored construction (read more)
All devices enrolled in our MDM receive a base set of restrictions based on where the device is assigned and who enrolled it.
We’ve mapped out the set of tasks that occur every year as well as the group responsible for the tasks. You can find the specific dates on the LTP project status page, here’s an overview of the entire list.
Date Task Department/Group Early August Begin LTP Support process email series to schools Help Desk Early (read more)
Below are links to lists of apps that are provided by SVVSD for LTP devices and eligible students and staff.
To learn more about an app, click on the app name. For directions on loading an app through LANrev Apps, our MDM, click here. Please review the Guidelines for iOS App Purchases before submitting a (read more)
To download a copy, click here.
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In order for the SVVSD to distribute apps to the iPad assigned to your student, your student will need an Apple ID.
What is an Apple ID?
An Apple ID is the login you use for many things you do with your student iPad, for example:
Download apps provided by the district from (read more)
If a teacher is leaving the district:
Please collect the iPad, case, and power adapter. Have the employee erase the iPad by going to Settings > General > Reset > Erase all Contents and Settings and following the on-screen prompts. Power off the iPad by holding the power button at the top and then sliding (read more)
Here is an explanation of the some of the common steps to take when troubleshooting issues on an iPad.
Restart Restarting your device can take care of many issues and should be done the first time problems arise. This simple step can alleviate a lot of frustration and should be the first step taken in (read more)
Current Version: LANrev Manage Admin 7.3.1 New things to know about this version: Make Device Contact Server – new command that helps a device check-in. It is better to use this command than Update Device Information, unless you are trying to determine applications or profiles installed. Useful things to know: Digital Detention Policy through LANrev (read more)
As part of the LTP, classrooms will be outfitted with a Mac mini. The timeline for these distributions can be found on the When page of the LTP blog. School specific information can be found on the LTP calendar and the site-by-site page.
Areas eligible to receive a classroom Mac mini through the (read more)