Providence Hall wants to ensure each student has a successful learning experience at school. We are committed to creating an environment that is inclusive to all our students. Our special education program works alongside parents, teachers, and students to ensure high-quality educational opportunities for all our Patriots.
If you know of a current Providence Hall student who might qualify for Special Education services, including a student suspected of having a disability even though he/she is advancing from grade to grade, please contact your student’s teacher, administrator, or Providence Hall’s Special Director.
Special Education Director, Rebecca Lucy, and a member of our special education department will reach out to you.
Providence Hall has partnered with Utah Parent Center and if parents ever have any questions or concerns, they can contact them free of charge.
The Carson Smith Special Needs Scholarship provides tuition assistance for eligible special needs students enrolled in eligible private schools. Prospective applicants may view the
Carson Smith Detailed Program Overview
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 previous 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 email Rebecca Lucy, Special Education Director.
You can contact anyone in the special education department
by calling the mainline at (801) 727-8260, selecting the proper school, then requesting the teacher you wish to talk to. You can also click on the names below for individual emails.
Rebecca Lucy – Special Education Director (extension 4172)