Chelsea in the Press
Written by: Holly Bartholemew
Published: February 13, 2019 in The Spokesman
“King Martin said her involvement with the WL-WV School District began as a classroom volunteer at Lowrie Primary when her son started kindergarten there. Her interest with the school board was first stoked when the district cut the dual language program he was about to enter…King Martin went on to become president of the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) at Lowrie, was named Oregon PTA local leader of the year, served on the WL-WV budget committee and then ran for the school board in 2015.”
Chelsea King Martin Honored by Oregon PTA
Published April 16, 2014 in The Spokesman
“Chelsea Martin of Wilsonville received the statewide Local Leader of the Year award for her work with Lowrie Primary School. The award is given to a local unit board member who leads in a positive, constructive, organized way that upholds PTA mission and values.
Martin’s nomination cited her ability to create an inclusive community embracing diversity and unity. Under Martin’s leadership, Lowrie’s PTA has raised more than $30,000 to support programs at the school.”
Written by: Holly Bartholomew
Published: March 6, 2019 in The Spokesman
“Board member Chelsea King Martin used results from the Oregon Healthy Teen Survey and Oregon Student Wellness Survey along with the testimony of students to inform her vote. She learned from the surveys and the student feedback, that whether or not students are taught about sex, consent and gender identity in school, these topics will affect their lives. More education and earlier education on these subjects will only better equip students to handle them safely and responsibly when the time comes, she said.”
Written By: Nicole Dunga
Published: October 28, 2010 by The Oregonian
"If we're going to be right up there with the rest of the districts, we need to offer language immersion programs," Martin said.