Voices of the West: How to make your voice the voice you want it to be
A vocaloid after-school program that lets kids sing and dance has made its debut at Toronto’s Torontonian school.
The program is called Voices of The West, and it’s being offered at Toronto Public Schools (TPS) and the Scarborough Collegiate Institute.
The program’s theme is “to become the best you can be,” and there are music videos and music videos of students doing things like throwing things, playing piano, and playing a drum kit.
You can find more information about the program and learn how to participate here.
You can also follow the program on Twitter.
It’s unclear what the program will be called or whether it will be offered at other schools.
I was told it’s part of the school’s after-School Program, which includes activities like reading and writing to improve their writing skills.
The school said it will also be used as an educational resource.
Toronto Public Schools spokesperson Michelle Macpherson told Ars Technic that the program has been in the works for a year, but it’s only the first of many.
The school has been trying to figure out how to expand the program to a larger school, so the new program is available to students from all over the city.
The goal is to create a program that students can use in their own day-to-day lives, said Macpher, who noted that it will have to be in the school curriculum, but would be taught by a student in the program.
“We’re not going to be telling our students how to do it, but we are going to make sure that they’re able to do their own thing, and that they can find it through other resources,” Macpher said.
The goal is for the program’s curriculum to be part of every school in the district, not just the TPS, she said.
Students participating in Voices of West will have their own music videos posted to the program, Macpher added.
They will also have a YouTube channel that can be shared with other students.
“We want to make it accessible to the whole community,” Macph said.
“It’s really exciting, and I think it’s going to give the community a chance to learn,” said Sarah Maclean, a 16-year-old TPS student who’s participating in the Voice of West program.
“This is something that has really helped me become the person I am today.
It’s really helped my confidence, and hopefully I can help other students as well.”
The program also includes a class in which students will practice their singing skills and also be taught how to use a microphone.
Macpher described the class as “very challenging.”
“We want our students to be able to create their own style and to get a good mix of what they like to do in their everyday lives,” she said, noting that it’s important to create your own voice.
It will be a two-day program.
The TPS website has an official launch date of March 17.