Ramona Pierce

Press Corps Coordinator

Ramona Pierce works with storytelling facilitators and student writers to edit submitted pieces for The New Edu newsroon. She also serves as a connection between the overlapping work of KSVT and the Student Action Network for Equity (SANE), where she helps review funding requests from student-led organizations across the country.

Bio

Ramona Pierce (she/her) is the submissions editor for The New Edu and a SANE liaison. Ramona has been a part of KSVT since freshman year, when she co-facilitated a town hall for school board candidates in her area, and published her first piece on the Student Voice Forum (precursor to The New Edu), an exploration of performative online activism in the era of COVID shutdowns and Black Lives Matter protests. Since then, she has continued to contribute to various research and storytelling endeavors across KSVT. In 2022, she was appointed as a liaison between SANE and KSVT and as the submissions editor of The New Edu. She is grateful for the community she has found within the organization, and is happy to serve on KSVT's team of self-designated leadership. Ramona is a senior at Danville High School in Boyle County, KY. Outside of KSVT, she captains her school's quizbowl team, works as a cashier and babysitter, and is part of a student team researching peer relationships. She enjoys backpacking, music, reading, writing, spending time with her friends, and exploring natural attractions found across KY.

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Down the Drain: School Bathroom Privacy & Upkeep

This is the first installment of Down the Drain on bathroom maintenance (and who pays for messiness) and school bathroom privacy.

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Ramona Pierce

Down the Drain: School Bathroom Privacy & Upkeep

This is the first installment of Down the Drain on bathroom maintenance (and who pays for messiness) and school bathroom privacy.

Down the Drain: Vaping, Vandalism, & Bathroom Safety

This is the second installment of Down the Drain on what happens in a school bathroom besides the obvious, from vaping to vandalism, and bathroom safety.

Down the Drain: Real School Bathroom Accessibility

This is the third installment of Down the Drain on bathroom policy, from time to actually get to the bathroom to the lack of accessible, gender neutral bathrooms.
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