This reading assessment record is what I keep as essentially a student gradebook. I am a "techie" person but I have found nothing better over the years to both keep track of my students and to use to talk with them on the fly about their goals and scores. I print one out for each student at the beginning of the year and write scores in with pencil as we go through the year. At the end of the year, I make a copy for students to take home as a more meaningful record of their progress than the official report card.
Since we are standards-based, I don't have to keep records of every set of daily or weekly reading work, only the benchmark data. This gives me a constant, current view of each of my students and is what I use when talking with students in class, parents at conferences or with colleagues discussing placement. Because it shows the benchmark goals along with the student scores students, parents, teachers and administrators can clearly and easily see how the student's scores compare to the standard. When it comes time to fill out report cards or goal sheets, this is what I use.
I'm uploading this in Word format so you can alter it to fit your needs, depending on what assessments you give throughout the year. This is obviously set up for a school or class that uses Accelerated Reader (AR) and DIBELS as summative assessment tools. However, you can change the categories as needed.