The Mid Island Youth Field Lacrosse Association is looking for volunteers to assist in making the 2018 - 2019 season a success.
MIYFLA is short volunteers and more is needed to continue making Field Lacrosse available for Cowichan Valley's children/youth. The MIYFLA Executive has the following vacant positions - President, Vice President, Treasurer, Referee Allocator, Field Coordinator, Head Referee, Head Team Manager and Booster Club.
Please attend the Volunteer Info Night on Monday April 30, 2018 at 6:00 PM at the White Spot in Duncan to find out what is involved for each position.
If you are interested in any of these positions and want more information, please contact an Executive member.
The AGM was held on Sunday March 4, 2018 at 2:00 PM in the Island Saving Centre.
The 2017 AGM was reviewed, reports by position were read, nominations were accepted, ballots were cast for elections and awards were handed out.
1st Vice President vacant
2nd Vice President vacant
Treasurer Lucas Rankin
Secretary Erica Beech
Registrar Kim Schiavon
Head Coach Bill Sanderson
Past President Ethan McCandless
Head Manager vacant
Head Referee vacant
Referee Allocator vacant
Field Coordinator vacant
Booster Club vacant
Web & Communications Erica Beech
U11 Inspirational Lucas Conrad
U11 Improved Lincoln Ryder
U15 Most Valuable Devyn Zunti
U15 Improved Colton Gron
Coach of the Year U15 - Brayden Zunti
U12 Female Improved Harley Bosilevac
U12 Female Sportsmanlike Elora Waardenburg
U12 Female Provincials
Warrior Fair Play Bria Grounds
Warrior Fair Play Coach Niomi Walser
Hi Everyone:The Ministry of Education has asked that we circulate their survey regarding External Sport Credits to our membership. It would be good if you could take a few minutes (literally, a few minutes) and complete the survey, and following is an explanation. The link to the survey is http://fluidsurveys.com/surveys/openschoolbc/external-credentials-program-survey-1/The Ministry of Education, along with its education partners, is working to redesign the Grades 10-12 curriculum to help ensure students are learning in a way that connects them to the collaboration, communication, and critical thinking skills that are so important after high school. As part of this transformation, the Ministry is also undertaking a review of the External Credentials Program to ensure alignment with the broader changes in the curriculum, such as the principle of flexibility. As well, we would like to assess stakeholders' familiarity with the EC program in British Columbia and gauge the value and accessibility of the program.We hope to reach many of our stakeholders, so we invite you to share the following survey with your current and former students, parents, and colleagues: http://fluidsurveys.com/surveys/openschoolbc/external-credentials-program-survey-1/The survey will remain open until November 30, 2016. Results will inform our review of the EC Program and recommendations for future program design, which will be communicated next year. Regards,Rochelle
All registration fees are in Canadian dollars (CAD).