As an Itinerant, I serve multiple districts and have a hefty caseload of students with a variety of disabilities. I created the In-Service Sign-In Form to help me document the educational professionals (i.e., teachers, specialist, administrators, etc.) who are required to attend any in-services that I must hold at the beginning of the school year and/or whenever classes change for my Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) students. With 20 or so students in 8 differing districts, it is hard for me to remember names and faces; therefore, having professionals “sign-in” to my scheduled In-Services has been a life saver! You come across those teachers that complain about your pulling students out of their classes for services, those who refuse to accommodate your student’s needs, etc. and even some teachers who indicate, “I was never told I had to do that for this student!” When this occurs, I can then pull out my “sign-in” form from the in-service and show them their signature, which indicates that they attended my in-service and that this information was shared at that time. This form can also be used to show administration troubled parties failed to attend your scheduled in-service. Of course people have conflicts, but if they fail to re-schedule with you, then you at least have documentation in your favor. It has really helped me to keep track of student schedules and their teachers. You can personalize the form to meet each of your student's needs.