Overcoming Crisis

Planning for our future beyond COVID-19

With the seemingly overnight arrival of the Covid-19 pandemic, our worlds have been collectively turned upside down. Many of us have been plunged into a world of remote working, home quarantining, and supporting loved ones who have been affected by the virus. These unprecedented times are certainly a challenge. However, our ethos at Little Spanish Garden (LSG) is based on focusing on the positive and this applies to this situation!

The sense of community spirit we have seen in our neighborhoods has been inspiring. The children and the families we support have continued to be our inspiration moving forwards, no matter the obstacles we may face.

As many of you will know, we were due to launch our freshly renovated learning center in Spring 2020. It was to be an exciting time of new opportunity and further facility for new students to join us on a new chapter for our organization. We have spent a great deal of time preparing for the moment of opening the doors – until the corona virus arrived.

Under the current circumstances, we have not been able to open as we had planned. With the nationwide restrictions, this just wasn’t an option for us. Unfortunately, this has implicated a significant problem to us as a small, independent business.

As many of you will know LSG is an early learning program that immerses the child both in Spanish and English. Our bi-lingual approach is the heart of what we do, and it’s just one of the unique components that make our approach to child centered learning so very special. For us the plan remains, to continue to deliver the high-quality learning opportunities that we have done since 2016 as Little Spanish Garden LLC. Now, more than ever, we will pull together in times of difficulty. Using our strong sense of community spirit and positive belief in the future, we intend to do all we can to survive the catastrophe and come out of this crisis even stronger.

We are sharing our story with you, to keep you informed of our development. As important members of our community, we value your presence and your ongoing support in the current challenging circumstances. We look forward to our future with faith, and very much hope that we are able to welcome you to the new center as soon as possible.

Until then – stay safe, stay well, and thank you for being a part of the Little Spanish Garden familia!