I don't know about you, but this stresses me out a little. Teaching every kid in the school means getting paperwork for every single student in SpEd, 504, Speech, Behavior Intervention, etc. That's a lot to keep up with! I want the best for all of my students, but it's hard for my ADD brain to remember who needs what in which class. So, I created my own Accommodations Tracking System.
I made a spreadsheet for each grade level with columns for accommodations. Each student has one line, with a check in the column that matches their ARD paperwork. After several years with this system, I have created a checklist with the most commonly applied accommodations for music (and other specialist classes).
This has turned out to be so much more helpful than I even imagined! Lesson plans, seating charts, and grading are easy to cross check with a one page list. No more giant folders of paper on my desk, or in my inbox. [insert happy dance here]
I have made my Accommodations Tracking Sheets available in my TpT Store. They include my pre-filled charts that I use, plus a blank sheet to fill in if you prefer a different list. There are two empty columns on the list too, for those less common mods that pop up. You can find it HERE. If you like it, please take the time to leave a review on TpT as well. It will earn you points for future discounts!
I hope this can help you master the mayhem of SpEd paperwork! Let me know what you think!