One of the biggest criticisms of modern education is that young adults are not prepared for the basic challenges they’ll face in life. While higher-level thinking and fine-tuned communication skills are crucial, so are things like learning how to change a tire, how to take care of your finances and how to run a business. Linda Tutt High School in Sanger, Texas, has found a unique way to foster development in life skills, promote goodness, and feed the hungry, all in one fell swoop. It started with Paul Juarez, the executive director of First Refuge Ministries, and Dr. Ann Hughes, director of student intervention for Sanger Independent School District. The two went to principal Anthony Love and proposed an exciting project.