An Introduction to Spanish Language and Hispanic Culture for Children

Spanish Introduction for kindergarten and first grade children with little or no prior exposure to the Spanish language.

Level One
Fall Session - October 27th to December 22nd
(There will be no class on November 3rd. This is a half-day at Plains.)
Eight classes: Mondays 3:25-4:30

Level Two (Level One is a prerequisite for this class.)
Winter Session - January 12th to March 16th
(There will be no classes on January 19th and February 16th.)
Eight classes: Mondays 3:25-4:30

Level Three (Level Two is a prerequisite for this class.)
Spring Session - April 27th to June 22nd
(There will be no classes on May 25th.)
Eight classes: Mondays 3:25-4:30

All classes will be held at Plains Elementary School, 267 Granby Road, in South Hadley, MA. We will meet in Mrs. Mendicino's room.

Each session of eight weeks is $120.00. The price includes take-home materials and a light snack that will be provided for the children at each class. The snack consists of fruit, tortilla chips, water, and a small amount of chocolate and cookies for the last two classes. Please note any food allergies upon registration.

Payment of either cash or check is due on the first day of class. Checks should be made payable to Gina Moulton. Please do not send the payment to school with your child. Please bring the payment when you pick up your child after our first class.

Registration must be completed at least 1 week before the start date of a session. You will receive an email confirmation once your child is enrolled. There must be a minimum of five children registered in each group. If a session must be canceled due to low enrollment, you will be notified the day of the registration deadline.

Refunds are available until the second class, minus $20. There are no make-up classes available.

Sibling discounts and payment plans are available. Please contact me for details.

It is very important for your child to attend class regularly in order to learn the material and to make connections with peers. Children must be present to establish a community of supportive learners and a safe learning environment.