Karen Rand, Island School art teacher, South Gulf Cove: "I work off island and my life shuts down at 2:30 p.m. to get here. But it's good to be back in school."
Michelle Hunter, administrative assistant, Island School: "It's not a whole lot different. I was here all summer and have a son I have to kick off to college every day."
Rosa Ramos, principal, Island School: "Definite changes. I have to be at school at 6:45 a.m. so I can get the administrative part of it out of the way before I need to give my complete attention to the students."
Karen Rand, Island School art teacher, South Gulf Cove: “I work off island and my life shuts down at 2:30 p.m. to get here. But it's good to be back in school.”
Kim Kassin-Ball, mother, moving to Boca Grande: "Absolutely. I try to keep them organized with a list of six things they must do, like brushing their teeth, every morning."
George and Julia Melissas, retirees, Boca GrandeL "It changes to the better. We have more time to get things done and get more organized although we miss them from the short Munchkins schedule."