Updated May, 2012
This is one of the many note taking apps, this one includes handwriting, typing, audio and video. Find a note app that works well for you!
If you'd rather use Office perhaps you want to look at Office2 HD. Pages, Keynote and Numbers is a great tool on the iPad, but if you'd prefer a Word look and feel try this.
This was "read-it-later", but this new version works smoothly on the district network. Save favorite URL, photos or videos you want to store and read later. Interfaces well with Flipboard.
Common Core and ISTE standards. Includes informal observation tools.
Access your documents from the MacBook on your iPad.
A quick way to grab text from an article. It will grab a picture and allow you to edit the text. It's not good for creating a form PDF that has open space and text boxes.
Scans documents with the camera and creates PDFs. Recommended if you want multiple pages and lots of options! There are also free apps, for example
CamScanner Free or Scanner Mini
More options than simply reading the PDF in iBooks. Annotate and draw on a PDF file. A PDF file with a weblink easily opens the webpage.
Speak and see the text.
Share contact information between iPhones, or iPads.
Create MLA, APA by scanning a book code.
Great for reading a variety of information.
Send messages anytime, anywhere for Parentlink access.
Control your Keynote presentation from the iPad.
How to Guides
Informative 4 minute video on using the forms feature in Numbers for quickly entering data.
Cases and More
Flexible tool for holding the iPad.