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DUSD to open fields to Surprise community after school

Weekends also available for residents

Posted 10/27/21

The Dysart Unified School District is opening Surprise school fields to the community after school and on weekends, beginning in November. 

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Schools

DUSD to open fields to Surprise community after school

Weekends also available for residents

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The Dysart Unified School District is opening Surprise school fields to the community after school and on weekends, beginning in November. 

A ceremony will be held to officially open the fields for community use at 9:30 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 29 at Freedom Traditional Academy, 16066 N Parkview Place.

The fields that will be available for use include Asante Preparatory, Ashton Ranch, Canyon Ridge, Cimarron Springs, Countryside, Freedom Traditional, Kingswood, Marley Park, Rancho Gabriela, Sonoran Heights, Sunset Hills, Western Peaks, and West Point.

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