SAM Academy (the school we run for missionary kids in Pucallpa) has about 15 students total across K-12. It's a small and rustic (!) facility, and there are 2 full-time teachers. With school starting in less than a week and no Spanish teacher possibilities, they needed help, and I said yes.
My main fear was that I would have to invent a curriculum and design all the activities. Since I've never taught elementary school Spanish before (save one small and very bad blip in my past), I didn't feel prepared to do that. Fortunately for me-- and for them, because I probably would have declined otherwise-- they have a plethora of materials. I've got the Level 1 teacher edition, student book, and student workbook, and I'm ready to go.
The class is only 3 days a week for 45 minutes, and the school is a short jaunt from my house. Like I said, very part-time. I'm also going to be teaching a novel in Oct/Nov for the high school literature class, and Tim and I will be teaching high school Bible for a few weeks in Sept/Oct.
Wish me luck! While my certification is K-12 Spanish, elementary kids will be a new adventure for me.