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History

Nevada Regional Technical Center serves secondary students from seven school districts, plus adult students from various backgrounds and geographic areas. Some of the policies in the handbook may differ from your home school policies. These policies apply to your time at NRTC. NRTC cooperates with all sending high schools, as needed, in enforcing their policies - such as driving, attendance, grades.

FACTS ABOUT NEVADA REGIONAL TECHNICAL CENTER
  *  NRTC was made possible when Nevada R-5 voters passed an $800,000 bond issue on October 1, 1971. The school opened in August 1973.
  *  Secondary, adult and college degree programming is offered at NRTC for area students.
  *  A financial aid program is available for adult students.
  *  A Career Assessment center opened in the spring of 1996 to provide career profiles to all enrolled students.
  *  Nevada R-5 acquired an additional vocational technical training facility, the Bowman Building, in 1994.
  *  The Bowman Building, once an off-site campus for Crowder College and Missouri State University, opened in August 1995.

ORIGINAL COSTS
 
Nevada Regional Technical Center:
Construction Cost ..........................$650,000
Equipment Cost .............................$150,000
Land and Architectural Fees .............$ 50,000
Total Size ............................39,000 sq. feet
 
Bowman Building:
Acquisition Cost .............................$      10
HVAC Retrofit ...............................$225,000
           (provided by state government)
Total Size ............................21,000 sq. feet