The doors that technology can and could have opened for you and your students have long since passed. Technology needs to be something you start at the beginning of the year, day 1 - the very first day those students sit down in your classroom they are utilizing whatever technology you have. Technology needs to be something that starts in kindergarten and continues to be used throughout grade school, middle school, and high school. These tools (however many) you have are here for students to use and learn from, the lessons and activities that these tools hold are endless but you the classroom teacher are the ones that decides when the students use them. I've been there, I was once a strung out teacher but that didn't stop me from utilizing all that technology had to offer in terms of learning. Stop, stop just preparing our students for the state tests and start preparing them for life. The lessons that you teach that incorporate technology not only prepares them for testing but also help them to solve problems, problems that they will see in the real world. Technology isn't going anywhere, you can either hop on the bus or stay where you are and eventually get hit, it's your decision but know it's not going anywhere. Half your students are probably creating YouTube videos for fun, reading to learn more, or connecting with individuals halfway across the country just because they can. Use this to your advantage don't be the disadvantage for your students.
Feel free to check out my previous posts on choice boards, SAMR, Google Apps, Voice & Choice, and much more to find ideas for integrating technology into your classroom and still meeting the standards as well as test prep.