Hueneme's Adopted and Supported Apps and Websites

The adoption and approval of educational apps and websites is guided by federal and state law.

The information about four specific laws below and this chart from iKeep Safe show what laws govern which type of student data. Services that cannot confirm they comply with these laws are not approved for use by Hueneme students.


The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) is a federal law (1998) that places requirements on operators of websites or online services directed to children under 13 years of age to protect children's privacy and restrict marketing.


The Student Online Personal Information Protection Act (SOPIPA) is a California law (2014) that requires online service providers to ensure that any data they collect is secure, and to delete student information at the request of a school or district.

AB 1584

California Assembly Bill 1584 (2014) became CA Ed Code 49073.1 and requires that any contract entered into with a third party must ensure the confidentiality of pupil records.


The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records.

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See a Complete List of Services with Approved Privacy Policies here

As maintained by CITE Student Data Privacy--- use the search box on the right to type the name of a program or site.

Hueneme Elementary School District is part of the Student Data Privacy Consortium. Contracts also are posted with the California Student Privacy Alliance.

If the site you want to use is not listed below or in the sections on this page, submit a tech support ticket and request approval.

Expand each row to see apps or websites that have been approved

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If you want to know more about privacy requirements, this article 'Privacy in the Digital World' from Leadership magazine (March/April 2023) has a helpful overview.

Thank you for helping make sure the list here is complete and shows all the websites you use. Complete the form below or submit a tech support ticket if there is something you would like to use with students that is not on one of the lists above.

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iPad apps are automatically vetted before they are added to self service on student iPads.