Peru ranks as one of the world’s lowest educated countries with nearly a third of its children suffering from malnutrition, making concentrating on learning very difficult. Set in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, most people only see the small Peruvian town of Urubamba, home to Villa Marcelo Primary School, on their way to visit the famous ancient Incan ruins of Machu Picchu. We recognize their plight, however, along with others who connect health, education, and poverty. We built classrooms and greenhouses outfitted with a low cost drip irrigation system. The school now engages the community, teaching parents to transform the agricultural products their children grow in school into meals from which the whole family can benefit.