After careful consideration and significant community input, the Reeds Spring School Board has chosen Wolf Pack Park as the name of the much-anticipated community park that will be built behind the middle school.

The district’s wolf mascot has long been a unifying symbol of the five communities that make up Reeds Spring Schools. Wolf Pack Park reflects that spirit of unity, strength, and camaraderie.

"We are excited to introduce Wolf Pack Park as a place where our community can come together, enjoy outdoor activities, and create lasting memories," said School Board President Perry Phillips. "The name not only pays homage to our school's rich history but also emphasizes the idea that we are all part of a larger family – a wolf pack – working together to make our community stronger."

Wolf Pack Park, with its scenic walking trails, biking trails, fully accessible playground, picnic area, tennis courts, pickleball courts, basketball court, and disc golf course, is poised to become a focal point for leisure and recreation. 

The selection of the park's name was the result of a collaborative effort, with more than 150 suggestions from community members. The district hopes to begin infrastructure work on the park in the coming weeks.