If your school uses a behavior system with color-coded cards, this is a great note to document behavior problems! This note was created based on a color-coded system which involves students flipping their personal cards to a different color based on a number of problematic-incidences (i.e., green is for positive behavior, flipping to yellow means they have had a warning, flipping to blue means you send a note home., etc.). This is easily adaptable because there are blank spaces within the text, so you can adapt it based on your school's system! Also, this document implies the student is coming from ESL class, but you could easily adapt it to say speech class, art, gym, music, etc.
This is a clear, simple, adaptable communication tool for special area teachers to give a brief synopsis of behavior problems for general education teachers. I keep it right next to my classroom door so that I can fill it out while behavior problems occur and easily grab it on the go as class ends. General education teachers really appreciate this because it minimizes instructional time required for a discussion about behavior. They simply read the note quickly, have the student flip their card to the next color, and move on. And they have it documented for future reference with administration, parents, or even the students!