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Nevada R-V School District

Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow...Together!


The Nevada R-5 School District has received notification that the USDA has provided waivers allowing schools to serve free meals to ALL children. This means all children ages 18 and under can receive a free breakfast and lunch each day, excluding snack milk, extra milk, a la carte and second meals beginning on Monday, September 14, 2020. The USDA plans to continue this program until December 2020 or until funds have been depleted.

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Dr. Tyson Beshore, Superintendent

Mrs. Jodie McNeley, Assistant Superintendent

Nevada R-V Schools

811 West Hickory Street

Nevada, MO 64772

Phone 417-448-2000

Fax 417-448-2006


Job Postings

  • Transportation Director

  • Full Time Custodians

  • Paraprofessional

  • Full Time Activities Bus Driver

  • Full Time Bus Drivers

  • Sub. Bus Drivers

  • Sub. Custodians

Nevada R-V Homeless Coordinator - Mr. Toby Thorp 417-448-1903

Homeless Liaison Duties

Nevada R-V Foster Care Point of Contact - Mrs. Cassie Irwin 417-448-2020

Notice of Nondiscrimination
---New Title IX Requirements and Policy ACA

Mission, Vision and Motto

We are a community of learners who believe in the limitless possibilities of education through...

  • Rigor - Learning Today

  • Relevance - Leading Tomorrow

  • Relationships - Together

Motto: Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow...Together!

Character Champion

Character Word of the Quarter


-- To be trusted to do what is right or to do the things which are expected or required --

The Vernon County Youth Task Force (VCYTF) Character Champion program is an opportunity for the community to work together to develop a culture of character for our youth. Character words are presented each quarter through the united efforts of individuals, businesses, schools, civic organizations, the media, and the faith community. YOU are invited to JOIN the Character Champion team in any way you would like to help!



Senate Bill 368 required the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to create a website about the trauma-informed schools initiative that includes information for schools and parents. Further, the law requires that each school provide the address of the website, created by DESE, to "all parents of the students in its district." The address is: