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Emilie Parker

Emilie Parker
Age: 6
Student at Sandy Hook Elementary School (1st grader)

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Catherine V. Hubbard
Age: 6
Sandy Hook Elementary School (1st grader)

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Jessica Rekos
Age: 6

Sandy Hook Elementary School (1st grader)
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Sandy Hook Elementary School Principal Dawn Hochsprung (pictured above) and school psychologist Mary Sherlach (pictured below) were both in a meeting with several other faculty members when gun shots were heard from outside the room. Hochsprung and Sherlach immediately left the room and rushed to the source of the sounds. Other staff members and teachers who were at the meeting said they heard screams followed by gunshots. They were both gunned down.

Mary Sherlach

Mary Sherlach, 56, was school psychologist at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT.

Mary Sherlach had looked forward to spending more time on Owasco Lake during her retirement. She and her husband, Bill, owned a cabin along the Finger Lakes in upstate New York.  Mary Sherlach was one year away from retirement.  But on Friday morning, her life ended in one of the most deadly school shooting’s in American history.

Sherlach was described as a problem solver and proud parentClick here to read her story

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Jesse Lewis, six, pictured with his father Neil Heslin, was killed in the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School

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Chase Kowalski, 7, – Chase was one of the twenty students gunned down on 12/14/12 – Sandy Hook Elementary School – 1st Grader

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A music teacher managed to save 15 children during Friday’s shooting massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut by barricading them into a closet, while gunman Adam Lanza, 20, stood outside screaming ‘Let me in! Let me in!’
Maryrose Kristopik has been hailed a ‘hero’ by parents after herding the children to safety in a closet and barricading the door to prevent Lanza from entering.

Abbey Clements (right) said she tried to keep the children in her second grade class calm as the sound of gunfire rang out over the loud-speaker

Pictured: Victoria Soto (11-04-85 – 12-14-12) who attempted to hide several children in the closet and cupboards. When the shooter came to her classroom, she told him that her students were in the gym. He then gunned her down and moved on. She saved the lives of all of her students.

There is a Facebook page titled RIP Victoria Soto which was created to honor and remember the young woman who put her life on the line to protect her students.

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LEFT: Photo of Carlee Soto crying as she frantically tries to get in touch with her sister, Victoria Soto who was among the 27 victims. RIGHT: Mother hugs her sobbing child, after he an other classmates are rescued and brought out to safety.

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Parents of Ana Greene, one of the 20 child victims

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Children are rescued and led away by authorities and teachers

The community of Newtown gathered to remember the victims who died on Friday at the Sandy Hook Elementary School

Mourners gather outside a vigil service for victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, at the St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church in Newtown, Conn. on Friday

Hope: People pray and stand outside the overflow area of a vigil at the Saint Rose of Lima church in Newtown to remember the lives lost in the tragic school shooting

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A list of all those who lost their lives on December 14, 2012

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Anthony Baracey holds flowers honoring victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary school killing before a vigil at the Saint Rose of Lima church in Newtown, Connecticut December 14, 2012

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This composite photo shows Dawn Hocksprung, 47, (left), Anne Marie Murphy, 52, (center) and Lauren Rousseau, 30, (right) who are among the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.

Join In Loving Memory of  Sandy Hook Elementary Victims which is a Facebook group created in memory of all the Sandy Hook Victims.