I quickly whipped up a simple, compact (admittedly a bit ugly) scouting sheet in Google Sheets to be used as a baseline for any teams looking to design a fairly simple (paper) scouting form that can easily be mass-produced while using as little paper as possible. It can be found here.
The idea is to place a checkmark if teams successfully place the game piece in each slot marked. If the objective was completed during the Sandstorm period, perhaps students could write an “S” instead of a checkmark and back up with Pit Scouting data whether the task was done autonomously or through driver control.
If interest arises, I may go back and make it look neater. Otherwise, I’m probably going to leave it as is. I realize it isn’t the prettiest scouting sheet (and students with big handwriting may have trouble), but it certainly gets the job done.
Constructive feedback is appreciated!