Hello Voice One Community,
This year has been challenging yet transformational. We here at Voice One are reflecting on the significant changes and obstacles we all had to face, and marveling that there is still so much that is deserving of gratitude.
We started the year hoping that we'd be able to smoothly launch our online program alongside in-person classes, but fate had something different in mind. In a whirlwind, we changed our entire operation and class format to adjust to keep everyone safe while moving forward into the unknown. All of you, students and teachers, were amazingly gracious and patient with us while we worked out the kinks of these adjustments, and we couldn't be more thankful to have your kind and inspiring company along for this transition. Honestly, we've been absolutely inspired and encouraged by the continual and rapid growth of our students, the adaptability and generosity of our teachers, and everyone's good cheer throughout the year.
We're looking forward to a little down time over the holidays, but we're also going to use the end of the year to cook up new, edifying experiences for you at Voice One in 2021. Your feedback has helped us improve our school along the way and we hope to make the next year even better! We miss being able to meet face to face and hope that we can do so again as soon as is safely possible. We are so thankful to have you in our lives and we hope that you stay in good health and good spirits. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!
Sally, Danny, and Aaron
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