The Casper Star Tribune reports that the after-school SMARTY bus is the newest program in the Project Youth series of initiatives in Wyoming. All programs in Project Youth are designed to provide a safe alternative for youth until parents return home from work. The SMARTY Bus is a regular school bus that has had most of its seats removed and has been fitted with television sets, cabinets, and benches. While on the bus, students are exposed to a variety of lessons. One day, students might learn about drug awareness and resistance, while another might provide lessons on rocketry. Bus lessons have also featured various presenters. One such lesson had members of the U.S. Forest Service discuss topics ranging from archaeology to tracking pond scum…