LAST CHANCE TO ENROLL FOR THIS YEAR!

☀️☀️☀️  Spanish Classes for Kids!  ☀️☀️☀️

Now enrolling for our next session beginning November 7th

Aventuras now offering:

✔️ Programs for children ages 3 to 12 years
✔️ Flexible scheduling, mornings, afternoons, full days & after school programming
✔️ Affordable pricing, now accepting Title XX, Child Care Subsidy
✔️ 90-100% immersive Spanish instruction from bi-lingual & native speaking instructors
✔️ Curriculum is preparatory and equips children with an education for bilingualism

🔥🔥 Refer us and get a $50 credit.

To register your child, or make an appointment for a visit, click on the following link: http://aventurasne.com

If you have any questions, call (402) 416-7078.

Welcome Ms. Briseyda!

We would like to introduce you to Ms. Briseyda Ceballos! She is working with Aventuras as a Lead Teacher and we are so happy to welcome her aboard. Her credentials, professionalism and passion for education and the Spanish language make her a great fit for our program. Learn more about her here, in her own words:

70880743_733172527131313_7080116788452655104_nI was born in Michoacán, Mexico and have lived in Nebraska for about 14 years. I’ve lived in Lincoln for two years now and plan to graduate from UNL with a double major in Spanish and Child, Youth, and Family Science in May 2020.

My family lives in Grand Island. As a child I spoke only Spanish until the age of 7 and now as an adult, most of my communication involving immediate and extended family relies on Spanish. While maintaining the language was not an activity I had to put effort into growing up, due to being fully immersed in the culture and using it on a daily basis, it’s become something that I now consider a necessity. My short-term language goals are always focused on increasing vocabulary (including knowledge of regional differences) to the highest extent, while my long-term goals are focused on being able to do every aspect of my future career in both languages. Academically and professionally, I am interested in child and adult education, literature/linguistics in Spanish, and research focused on family dynamics in ever changing social contexts.

I volunteered during a semester in SCC’s Adult Literacy Program where I first realized how much I enjoyed teaching. My ideal career post-graduation would consist of education and community involvement.