Introducing Our S.T.A.R.S. Challenge to Schools
To prevent juvenile delinquency, school
disruptions, substance abuse, gang behavior, violence and crimes, we are asking for your most challenging students this year.
Give us 5 weeks with that student. If there aren't any changes within those 5 weeks, the program will
be free for that student. We are confident we can make significant changes for any student who comes before the S.T.A.R.S.
program. We will help them get focused, comply, diffuse their anger and provide them with tools to stay on track the
rest of the school year. Call on us today to meet our challenge.
Dr. Eddie DelValle
is the Lead Counselor for the STARS Program. He has extensive experience working with the Department of Juvenile Justice
where he has helped thousands of youth turn their lives around. He has worked with all types of offenses and can help
any student no matter what the challenge. He is a provider for the DJJ in Orange and Seminole Counties Judicial probation
and Diversion departments.
He is a registered vendor for Orange County Schools and is compliant
with the Jessica Lunsford Act
Teachers, counselors, mentors, coaches, parents, and administrators:
The S.T.A.R.S. program is an acronym for students that are accountable, responsibile, and successful. A S.T.A.R.S. student is someone who is accountable and responsible for his or her behavior. They
are proactive in their decisions and actions and will strive to be their best. Our goal is to enlist every student attending
the workshop to accept the accountability and responsibility principle. Upon embracing the philosophy of accountability and
responsibility they will be successful in whatever endeavor they pursue.
The S.T.A.R.S. program is designed for students of all ages regardless of their academic level or discipline record.
The program focuses on empowering and equipping students with tools and skills in their schools, homes, and communities. Some of the tools and skills include conflict resolution, decision-making,
career planning, finding purpose, setting goals, and building leadership traits. Upon completion of the workshop students
will have the foundation to think like a S.T.A.R.S. student.
The following is
a brief list of the topics covered:
Accountability and responsibility
Choices and decisions students make
parents, teachers, and peers
effects of drugs and alcohol
Choosing friends wisely
Dating and relationships
The impact of music and television
and esteem building
Goal setting and career planning
Mentoring and role modeling opportunities
The S.T.A.R.S. program works and achieves results for all students. No matter what a
students circumstance is at school or home, the program will help each student get back on track and focused.
We believe that all students regardless of their circumstance can be successful if they are given the tools and time
to change. There is no such thing as a bad or failing student, only prepared and unprepared students.
The S.T.A.R.S Program will help prepare them for school and life.
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Workshop Locations and References
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*Click Here for Examples of Shining S.T.A.R.S.*
|S.T.A.R.S. Students From Excel Alternatives
|Ms. Oquendo with her students
|Proud Graduates from Union Park Middle
|Winners of the Shining S.T.A.R.S. Award
|Union Park Middle School
|Graduates and Future Leaders
|Millennium Middle School Students
|Dr. DelValle Doing What He Does Best
|Empowering The Teens at The Youth Summit
|"Get in Touch With Reality" Field Trip
|Discovery Middle Boys visiting the Orange County Jail
|Ms. Delgado's Class Ready to Become S.T.A.R..S.
|Student's of Foundation Academy