Everything I create in terms of special education documents is meant to save me time, and this is another big time saver, as well as useful tool to collect data about students. This is something you would fill out at the beginning of the year when you get your caseload, and update after IEP meetings. This file has two parts.
Part One: Test Forms
These are half-sheet forms for each subject area that I fill out each time my students have a test in their general education classes. I list each student along the side, and across the top are the most common accommodations I use, as well as a column for unique accommodations. I SHADE in boxes when students are not eligible, per their IEP, to receive the accommodation, making it easy for me to quickly see who can receive what accommodation. I conference with each student, show them what support I can provide them, and ask them what they'd like to use. (My students are old enough to be able to make this decision.) I write YES or NO in each box, and when I've met with each student, I can easily prepare the tests for them. EXTRA BONUS: Save these forms to help make decisions when it comes time for student IEP meetings. It provides good data as to what accommodations the students have used as help on their tests so far, and when you compare that to their test scores, you can make more informed decisions on support for future tests.
Part Two: Testing Accommodations
This is a simple chart I use for each subject area to fill out what accommodations each student is eligible for, per their IEP. It is a quick reference that I provide to the general education teachers I co-teach with.