I didn’t mean to become Mommy Maestra. I sort of fell into it when my husband and I found ourselves in a bit of an educational dilemma.We’d recently moved to rural North Carolina from Texas after my husband accepted a new job. With two young children, ages 5 and 3, we were faced with the problem of choosing a school for my daughter. But the county in which we live is considered to be a failed school district. In 2009, the state came in and took control over the district, and two of the schools in our small town were closed. We live in a small farming community, with no immersion schools or Spanish programs for small children. They simply don’t exist.