Dear Truth School Family,
Earlier this week, the leadership of the Truth School thought the situation with the coronavirus in this country and around the world was changing each day. Now we realize it is changing each hour!
And so we are adapting, adjusting, and continuing to think about how to keep everyone safe.
Many trainers have expressed their discomfort gathering in a group setting to teach their classes, several sites have closed down and so we cannot hold classes there, and the crisis seems to have reached a new level.
Consequently, the Truth School is suspending all classes for the remainder of the month of March. We believe this is the wisest decision to keep us all safe and to encourage folks to stay home and stay well.
We hope to resume classes in April…Early April? Mid-April? Late April? At this point we simply do not know. Please watch our website and Facebook page for updates. When we do resume classes, it will be wonderful to gather together again, without fear, face-to-face.
We are considering offering some classes via Zoom and that may happen! We are thinking about whether we can do that–if we have the administrative person-power! Offering classes, in the future, by Zoom MAY happen, but right now we are cancelling all classes until further notice. We will send out alerts and updates if classes will be held by Zoom.
This crisis is frightening, isolating, and tremendously worrisome. We have to hold one another at arm’s length, literally. But we only need to be creating a physical distance. Let’s hold one another close emotionally and convey concern, hope, and caring in all the ways left to us that are safe–and there are many! Let’s stay “in touch” as a community, reaching out to those most vulnerable, offering support to those who are alone, and extending a hand of warmth and care to elders, friends, and neighbors via notes, calls, emails and any other means that say “I have my eye on you and I hope you are okay.”
We regret that our Truth School classes are cancelled through March….and maybe beyond. We wish you all well. Stay safe, take good good care. We will keep you posted as things change and evolve.
Sending you my very best,
Rev. Dr. Andrea Ayvazian