The School Safety & Behavioral Health Team’s purpose is facilitating access to resources and building capacity to support the safety, well-being, and behavioral health of the students and staff in our districts. We are focused on helping districts develop, adapt and sustain equitable systems to better meet the social, emotional and behavioral (SEB) health needs of students, staff and families. This includes:
- Trauma-Informed Approaches
- Social Emotional Learning (SEL)
- Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS)
- School-based Mental Health
- Behavioral Safety Assessment & Crisis Response
- Suicide Prevention, Intervention & Postvention
- Educator Well-being
This web page provides access to additional resources, tools, services and information related to all areas of social, emotional and behavioral health.
Meet the SEB Team
Regional Behavioral Health Systems Facilitator
Kristina Wonderly joined LBL ESD in July 2020 after 15 years of leadership in Oregon schools as well as the non-profit sector. Kristina’s recent experiences included being a private and international school principal in Corvallis and Saudi Arabia. She also worked for NWPBIS Network in Portland supporting PBIS implementation across the Pacific Northwest. Kristina spent a decade with the Central SD 13J as a dean of students and then assistant principal.
Prior to moving to Oregon, Kristina taught language arts in North Carolina and Texas. She received her Master’s in School Administration from the University of North Carolina and her B.A. in Secondary English Education from Ball State University in Indiana. Kristina lives locally and cares for her parents and the family’s century farm near Philomath. In her non-work time, she loves spending time with her partner and dogs and traveling to the beach and mountains.
Becky Pang joined the team at LBL ESD in January 2022. She spent the last six years working as a school counselor in Eugene 4J and prior to that as a school counselor and student services coordinator in Reno, NV. She has also worked as a counseling supervisor at Oregon Community Programs and focused on positive behavioral therapeutic services for children and families. Prior to her time as a school counselor, Becky worked in higher education as a Career Counselor at the University of Nevada, Reno and Western Nevada College. Becky has a strong background in program development focused on equity, positive behavior system implementation (PBIS and MTSS), suicide prevention, and mental health services integration, and interconnected systems of support. Outside of work, Becky loves to travel, cook, and read. She loves spending time with her husband, step daughter and 3 dogs.
Maureen Stair joined our team in February 2022 as a Social Emotional Learning Coach. Maureen has worked in the field of education for over 20 years in multiple roles. These roles include that of instructional assistant, teacher, specialist, and program assistant supporting district wide programming and initiatives. Prior to moving to Oregon, she held positions in the field of education in both St. Paul and Minneapolis, MN.
Maureen holds an Undergraduate Degree in Psychology from Creighton University, a Master’s Degree in Education (with specialization in Emotional/Behavioral Disorders) from the University of Minnesota, and an administrator license from Concordia University of Chicago. Maureen enjoys dogs, nature (water especially!) and photography. You can often find her hanging out with friends, family, and pups—frequently with a camera in hand.