If you are part of the Wayzata and Edina School Districts, your child has an amazing opportunity to learn Spanish. The Qué Tal Spanish Language Program offers daily classes for children in grades K-8.

What makes us different?

Your child will learn Spanish from teachers who are native speakers and are passionate about teaching. Children also learn about the culture and history of Spanish-speaking countries. Using the Natural Approach, children easily engage and acquire the language through actions, music, games and much more.

Día Cultural in March: Carnaval

Carnaval is a festive season celebrated in many places throughout the world. The main events typically occur during February or early March. Carnaval involves a public celebration and a parade combining some elements of circus, masks and a public street party. People wear masks and costumes. This month in Qué Tal we are going to [...]

Día Cultural in January: Celebrations

What are the cultural differences between Latin American countries and the United States when it comes to celebrations? Does everybody celebrate Christmas on December 25th? Does Santa Claus go by a different name in Latin America? Does everybody celebrate New Year’s Eve with fireworks? What is a quinceañera? All of these questions will be answered in our Cultural [...]

Día Cultural in November: Aztecas y Mayas

In early November, Qué Tal will have its first cultural day of the year. Students will learn about the ancient Aztec and Maya peoples of Mexico.  Students will learn about the sports and astronomy of ancient Mexico. The presentations will take place on November 3rd at Peace Lutheran Church, November 4th in Edina and November 8th [...]