Providence Hall wants to ensure each student has a successful learning experience at school. If you have concerns about your child's ability to learn within the regular classroom setting, or you suspect your child may have a disability that adversely impacts their academic success, please contact our Special Education Co-ordinator, Rebecca Lucy.
A special education teacher will contact you and discuss some of the concerns that you are working with.
Special Education Teachers
Rebecca Lucy – Special Education Co-ordinator
Jill Stark – (801) 727-8260
Brandon Waite – (801) 727-8260
Kristen Pool – (801) 727-8260
Kali Anderson - (801) 727-8260
Providence Hall Special Education Policy and Procedures
Policy and Procedure Manual (Updated August 2017)
Procedural Safeguards Notice (Updated November 2016)
Carson Smith Special Needs Scholarship
The Carson Smith Special Needs Scholarship provides tuition assistance for eligible special needs students enrolled in eligible private schools. Prospective applicants may view
Detailed Program Information.
Special Education student records, including test results and evaluations, are maintained until a student reaches the age of 25.
On July 1st of each year, Providence Hall will destroy special education records of students who are 25 years of age. Upon presentation of proper identification, an individual's records will be released only to him/her until that date.
For more information or to request your records, please contact Rebecca Lucy, Special Education Coordinator, at (801)727-8260.