Kingswood’s Athletic Mission Statement
Our Knights will realize their full potential as confident, committed, lifelong competitors by maintaining high expectations for conduct both on and off the field, according to the Knight’s Code.
Kingswood’s Athletic Motto
Be better tomorrow than you are today!
Kingswood’s Core Values for Athletics
Win with humility; lose with grace and do both with dignity The successes and disappointments experienced in athletic competition can provide many teachable moments. Therefore, we will use these moments to relate these experiences to ways of dealing with the joys and heartbreaking situations in later life experiences.
Accountable to self and the team and representing Kingswood. Purple Pride! You’re at practice and games on time, ready to play and participate, academically prepared and eligible. You take care of your business in the classroom, on the practice field and in the game.
Coaches and Athletes will… Play by the rules. Follow directions. Teach and learn the proper techniques. We don’t practice or play in a way that ends in injury.
Athletics offers co-curricular activities with its courts, fields, and other playing venues being an extension of the classroom providing for a broad-based education with the development of multi-disciplinary life skills.
Kingswood is part of the Dysart Unified School District (DUSD) division. The DUSD division is comprised of eight, K-8 Schools. All schools in the DUSD division will compete in the end of season playoffs against other DUSD division teams.
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DUSD SPORTS OFFERED
Cheer consists of two seasons for each division and a final All District Cheer Competition at the end of the school year. All cheer teams will cheer for their home team at basketball games and flag football games during the winter and spring seasons. The All District Cheer Competition is mandatory for all schools and is hosted by a high school Varsity Cheer Team.