By Lillian Schrock
CASPER, Wyo. — Danny Villalobos walks into a small square classroom lined with windows on one side.
Through them, he can see a group of teenage girls, lounging on couches and laughing. He shifts his gaze to a group of five children seated before him. They’re sprawled out in padded chairs around an oak table.
“Hi, kids!” he says.
The kids, ranging in ages 6 to 13, stand and bow.