I teach two classes, so with only two preps, the template is set up for my schedule. Also, we are on a 7 period schedule, not a block. It shouldn't be hard to adapt this to a block schedule.
It was important to me to see a whole week at a time, so I designed my template in Landscape rather than portrait.
There are 6 squares a week, so the final square is for things I need to remember, methods that worked, data, or even a to-do list.
Since Tiny Town High has an in-house printing company, I had them print my lesson plan book. (I know there are companies that will do it for you.) The companies allow you to design your own cover, add calendar pages, monthly reminders, etc. I love our in-house company. She consulted me on weight of paper, binding, and cover arrangement. (The binding below is temporary. We needed a larger size, which had to be ordered, and this one will be replaced the first week of school.)
My Essential Standards are printed on the back of my Cover.
I know it won't take long for me to figure out a few changes that I need to make for next year. I'll let you know how it goes with a sticky note lesson plan book. Stay tuned.