Student Information Sheet {printable}

Hi! This is kind of a continuation of a previous post on some New Student Organization I use.

As I mentioned last time, I work with a very transient population.

And I found out many of you do as well! So I hope this is something that may be of use to you. :)


I made this sheet to help keep track of all of my students over the year. (I really do forget when certain students arrived and when others left!). So I wanted to have those dates recorded.

I added some other important information as well. I know I can look these items up on my students' cumulative files, but this saves me time and a trip to the office. Plus I need this information a lot during the year, for ELL paperwork.

I put two student boxes to a sheet, in efforts to save some paper...

And will add this to my All-in-One Teacher Binder (which has helped me a LOT this year!). I have a part for "language" next to "entered from" on mine, since my guys are almost always coming directly from their countries. I left that off of this one...let me know if any of you would like the ELL version instead.

I hope it's open-ended enough for you to use, or something you can adapt for yourself. I would love to hear if you can use it! Have a relaxing evening! :)




Student Information Sheet
Student Information Sheet (ELL Version)

19 comments

  1. How many kids do you have typically come or go in a year?


    ❤Jodi from...
    ★★The Clutter-Free Classroom★★
    Helping Teachers Get Organized

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  2. thanks for this...it will come in handy! Can you tell me how made your pdf a jpg?

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  3. Hey Jodi...it varies. Usually when a student moves, another comes in. I've had several years where I look at my class photo from September and it is really different than the end of the year!

    Sydney...I just took a screen cap of it when I was in preview mode.

    Thanks for the kind words ladies :)

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  4. Hey Kristen -

    What type of font did you use for the header? I'm love in with that font!

    ~Lauren

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  5. I would love the ELL version!!! Thanks!

    Sweet Times in First

    sweettimesinfirst@gmail.com

    Sandra

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  6. I love the font in the header too! Do you remember what it is called? Thanks for sharing this useful resource!
    Kate
    To The Square Inch

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  7. I would love the ELL version. This is the time of year I usually get new ELL students. e-mail is DHockey12@att.net
    Thanks so much

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  8. wow! this is great - we have a HIGH transient popluation...thanks!
    The Teachers’ Cauldron

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  9. What a great idea. I would also love the ELL version.

    Ms. M
    Ms.M's Blog
    A Teacher's Plan

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  10. I'd love the ELL version too! Thanks soooo much! This is exactly what I need.

    Color Me Kinder

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  11. I'll pop it into my binder on Monday. Thanks for sharing!
    ❁Beth Ann❁
    Taming My Flock of Firsties
    bakteach16@gmail.com

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  12. This is great! Thank you for sharing a wonderful resource that I can use with my very transient population. This will be very helpful :)

    Lisa :)
    Made in the Shade in Second Grade

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  13. Thanks for the lovely comments! I added the ELL Version with a place for languages above, under the other file :)

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  16. Yay! I love it! I will be adding it to my Binder also (another thing you have inspired me to make) Thanks so much!

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