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Health Staff

Nurse Lori Good provides school health services to students and staff at United Community.  These services include medication administration, screenings, classes, and illness prevention.  Mrs. Good can be reached between the hours of 7:30 AM and 3:30 PM by calling the school office or emailing her at


Nutrition Staff


Nikki Larrew
Head Cook
Ann Bassett



The School Meals Program (breakfast, lunch, & snacks) are federal sponsored by the U. S. D. A., created in 1946. Originally, it was just lunch, designed as a measure of national security to safeguard the health and well being of the nation’s children. The USDA determines the nutritional requirements for the meal patterns. Periodically, the USDA reviews the meal guidelines, considering new information about food consumption, eating habits, food preferences, and nutritional needs of children.
  United Community Schools, Food & Nutrition Services, follows these guidelines, often serving more than the required minimum. The FNS actively pursue the USDA goal of reducing fat, sugar, and salt in school meals and increasing the consumption of fruits, vegetables and breads & grain products.
It is the policy of the USDA and the school district not to discriminate in program services for reasons of race, color, gender, age, religion, gender identity, sexual orientations, national origin or handicapping condition.

United Community School1284 U AveBoone, IA  50036


This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

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