Spanish Immersion Program

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INFORMATION

For more information or questions, please contact Karen Benitez-López, Spanish Immersion Program Coordinator at
klopez@embe.org

LOCATION

EmBe Avera – Downtown
300 W. 11th St.
Sioux Falls, SD  57104
Phone: (605) 336-3660
info@embe.org

Spanish Immersion is a highly interactive program. Our teachers use music, food, and Latin culture to enhance your child’s learning experience. This program’s approach is a successful alternative to dual immersion preschools. EmBe has been creating its curriculum, a one-of-a-kind combination of the Creative Curriculum and Project-Based Learning. Each lesson is taught in Spanish while our teachers provide a calm and academically enriching environment.

“Los Amigos” is for children going into kindergarten who are potty trained* and can use the restroom independently. Our curriculum gives each child the opportunity to use their critical thinking skills with hands-on activities. Throughout the year, your child will get to learn through experiences about different cultures while getting ready for kindergarten. The curriculum will expose each child to STEM, literacy, and fine/gross motor skills.

*Each child’s potty-training journey is different. Contact our Spanish Immersion Program Coordinator if you wish to discuss if your child is ready.

“Amiguitos” is for children who are three years old, potty trained*, and able to use the restroom independently. Our amiguitos begin their day with mindful social/emotional skills in English. Their group consists of learning independent skills, social skills, and the foundations of learning.

*Each child’s potty-training journey is different. Contact our Spanish Immersion Program Coordinator if you wish to discuss if your child is ready.

Click here to view the full tuition rates sheet

A two-week advance notice and payment is required at the time of registration. To cancel, a written cancellation is required to ensure correct handling. The enrollment fee is non-refundable. Ask us about multiple child discounts and scholarship rates based on family size and income.

EmBe childcare financial assistance provides for the needs of youth, families and individuals who cannot afford the full cost of EmBe childcare programs. EmBe is committed to being accessible to all, and works hard to support those who may be in challenging financial situations.

Click here to download the Scholarship Application Form

Contact Liz DeBerg at ldeberg@embe.org for additional information regarding scholarships.

Our goal is to offer a safe, healthy and fun environment for your child(ren). Parents remember to keep their children home if they display signs of illness. We will be following illness exclusion procedures to ensure the safety of our children, families, and staff. We will continue the sanitation of common areas and toys to prevent the spread of illness. We will continue to educate children and staff on specific hand washing techniques.

Q: If my child or anyone in the child’s household exhibits the following symptoms of fever, cough, sore throat, trouble breathing, headache, or diarrhea, may we bring our child(ren) for care at EmBe?

A: No. We are only as safe as all of our parents and guardians allow us to be. We ask that you notify your primary care physician for direction and keep your child’s site manager updated.

Q: Are toys allowed from home?

A: No. To reduce the spread of germs, no toys are allowed from home. All EmBe toys, puzzles, books, and games are sanitized between use by children.

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