For Middle School and HIgh School Teachers!
Ever feel like having over 150 students walk through your classroom daily makes it difficult to remember who has an IEP, 504, ILP (Reading Plan), health plan, TAG, and/or is English Language Learner? Not only who has a plan, but what their accommodations and modifications are? I struggled with this when I first moved to teaching middle school. So, I created some forms to help me organize the information for each class period. I hope you find them useful as well!
This unit contains a variety of forms for your specific classes:
• Confidential Student Information (5 Variations)
• Student Data Charts (4 Variations)
• Reading Levels Chart (3 Variations)
• Student Information Sheet for Meeting (3 Variations)
• 15 Different Charts in ALL!
How to Use These Forms
How to use the Confidential Student Information Forms:
Select the forms that work best for you. Copy each form for every class period you have. Fill them out with confidential information for your students based on information you have received by the special education teacher, TAG Teacher, ELL Teacher, School Nurse, etc (Do not list student’s there who don’t have specific needs you need to keep track of).
How to use the Student Data Charts:
Select the form that works best for your classroom. Fill in the chart according to the latest state/district/local assessment scores.
How to use the Reading Level Charts:
Select the form that works best for you. Fill it out according to the latest reading data. If you are not a Reading or LA teacher, ask them in your building for this information. It will help you when planning your lessons to know who can and cannot read on grade level.
How to use the Student Information Sheets for _____ Meetings:
Select the form that works best for you. When you have an IEP, 504, or RTI meeting use this form to help you gather your data and organize your thoughts. Prepping for the meeting ahead of time will help you in the meeting with colleagues, administration, parents and students.
Where to put the forms? Since they have confidential information, store them where YOU ONLY have access to them. I put mine in my lesson plan book, so I can refer to it when I am lesson planning.
*These were created for teacher use only! When listing confidential student information on them, you need to make sure they are kept in a location where only you have access to them.
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