Every morning, Laura Gonzalez, left, a full-time custodian at Pine Ridge Middle School for a special needs children class, brings her mother Eusebea Moy, 73, a cup of Cuban coffee. Moy lives with her daughter, and depends on her for financial support. Gonzalez is worried that if custodial services for Collier County Schools is outsourced, she will not be able to support her family as she does now. Greg Kahn/Staff
What is life like for Collier County custodians. And how do they feel about the possibility of losing their jobs. Will they go with the new company, or will they find a new job? Or retire? These are questions on the minds of many custodial workers, workers such as Laura Gonzalez and Frank Amador and their families.