FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Flyers are getting ready for the 2018 season with an exhibition game as they hit the road to Dawson Creek to take on the Canucks. This first exhibition game will take place on October 13 at the Chetwynd Rec Centre.The first home game for the Flyers, in pre-season action, is October 20 as they host the Canucks.The first game of the regular season for the Flyers is October 27 as they host Grande Prairie.- Advertisement -There is one change to this year’s 2018-19 NPHL season schedule. The change to the schedule will include the elimination of Tuesday games, with an addition of 1 Wednesday game. This is the first time in over 60 years that the NPHL has scheduled no games for Tuesday.In total, the 2018-19 NPHL season will compromise of 78 games.
The district hopes to have at least 100 students enrolled in the class at Golden Valley High School by its second year. Crandall said the district will continue to look at programs only available on one side of the valley and will try to offer them for the other side of town. For example, plans are in the works to bring Action meetings, a parent and teen support group for drug and alcohol addictions, to Golden Valley High. At present, the weekly meetings are only offered at Saugus High School. Sue Doyle, (661) 257-5254 firstname.lastname@example.org 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson “Valencia is on the other side of the valley, and I think they felt that because we’ve expanded to six high schools that it was a good time to put the program on this side of the valley,” she said. The elective class focuses on leadership and has both classroom and physical-education components. Because students work outside on drills, a smaller and softer version of boot camp, they can get credit for physical education. In addition, students participate in community-service activities. Science credit is also available to those enrolled in the aerospace portion of the program. The Air Force develops the curriculum and provides textbooks, said Leslie Crunelle, assistant superintendent for educational services. “The program provides opportunities for students. It provides ways for them to do community service and give back to the community,” Crunelle said. “It provides a link to adults as well as leadership and discipline.” Superintendent Jamie Castellanos said military doctrines are not taught in the classes, although military careers and college support through G.I. bills can be discussed. But military recruitment is off-limits. SANTA CLARITA – ROTC classes will soon be offered on both sides of the valley to students in the William S. Hart Union High School District. An Air Force Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps unit is coming to Golden Valley High School with classes starting in the fall. All high school students are welcome to sign up. It’s the second ROTC program for the district, which currently has the class at Valencia High School. Students throughout the district have poured into the class. Now some from the valley’s east side will have a shorter commute with its second location at Golden Valley High School. The need for a second ROTC class grew along with the valley’s population and blossoming enrollment in local schools, said Kathy Crandall, assistant principal at Golden Valley.