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End of Summer 2015 Updates

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With summer 2015 drawing to a close, it’s easily been a busy year.

From a business perspective, one of the biggest changes was migrating the company, formally known as Tap Peques, into Speak Spanish Academy. As a result, we now have the capability to expand our scope and teach Spanish to not only children and teenagers, but to adults too. Check out our newadults page for more information about how to begin your Spanish speaking journey.

Registration for fall 2015 courses for our children’s program is also open. In fact, until August 31st you can use the promo code FALL15 and save 15% on your first month’s registration. Call (289) 259-2961 to get started and don’t forget to mention the promo code over the phone.

What about Tap Peques & Speak Spanish Academy in the media?

NOTIMEX gets to know Tap Peques a little better!

Notimex sat down with Celina Gutierrez, Founder & C.E.O. of Tap Peques recently to talk about her story on how Tap Peques became a reality.

Tap Peques – spreading Spanish in Canada

Tap Peques was interviewed by toronto.hispano.com about our humble beginnings and how far we’ve come over the past few years, the Latin American culture and the importance of reading.

Tap Peques also participated in the 2014 Day of the Dead Festival held at The Harbourfront Centre, Toronto on Nov 8-9, 2014. Guests attended and became part of the celebration, joining in to support this massive Hispanic event. Parents brought along their ‘peques’ as Tap Peques had a special storytelling session throughout the afternoon on several of the events days.

This brings our end of summer 2015 updates to a close. We look forward to getting to know you and seeing what the fall and winter of 2015 brings.

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