Here it is below (on the left). I've also included another, more generic, class list for math (on the right) -- this one happens to be for the Measurement strand.
I should mention that I am not in favour of reporting on discrete strands in math, because over the year I have come more and more to believe that the skills developed in one strand of math are interconnected with other strands. A good, rich problem may require the use of tools and skills from a variety of strands. However, our current reporting reality in Ontario predicates reporting a mark in each isolated strand of math, so I offer this template below (on the right) as one possible option: Three spots per student are included for "marked" or graded assignments; in addition, there is space for anecdotal comments to be made over the course of a unit. Once the overall data is considered, and a "final" mark for the unit is arrived at, it can be recorded in the space to the left of each student's name. These marks can then be quickly entered into report cards