Officials have released the full list of victims killed in yesterday's attack at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut. The list can be found here. No child was older than seven years old or younger than six. 

Name: Dawn Hochsprung
Age: 47 years old
Additional information: She was the principal.

Name: Mary Sherlach
Age: 56 years old
Additional information: School psychiatrist. 

Name: Lauren Rousseau
Age: 30 years old
Additional information: Just began her first full-time teaching gig this fall at Sandy Hook Identified ahead of the police releasing public information because her mom is a copy editor at the Danbury News Times

Name: Victoria Soto
Age: 27 years old
Additional information: Died shielding her students from Lanza. 

Name: Rachel Davino
Age: 29 years old

Name: Anna Marie Murphy
Age: 52 years old

Name: Charlotte Bacon
Age: Six years old

Name: Daniel Barden
Age: Seven years old

Name: Olivia Engel
Age: Six years old

Name: Josephine Gay
Age: Seven years old
Additional info: Celebrated her seventh birthday the Tuesday before the shooting. 

Name: Dylan Hockley
Age: Six years old

Name: Madeline Hsu
Age: Six years old

Name: Catherine Hubbard
Age: Six years old

Name: Chase Kowalski
Age: Seven years old

Name: Jesse Lewis
Age: Six years old

Name: Ana Marquez-Greene 
Age: Six years old
Additional information: She is the daughter of jazz musician Jimmy Green. Her brother also attends Sandy Hook, but he was able to escape unharmed.

Name: James Mattioli
Age: Six years old

Name: Grace Mcdonnell
Age: Seven years old

Name: Emilie Parker
Age: Six years old
Additional info: Parker has a foundation set up in her name. You can donate here

Name: Jack Pinto
Age: Six years old

Name: Noah Ponzer
Age: Six years old

Name: Caroline Previdi
Age: Six years old

Name: Jessice Rekos
Age: Six years old

Name: Avielle Richman
Age: Six years old

Name: Benjamin Wheeler
Age: Six years old

Name: Allison Wyatt
Age: Six years old

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If you want to help the victims' families, the United Way, working in conjunction with a local bank, is accepting donations for the "Sandy Hook School Support Fund" online through that link or by phone at 1-800-461-0672.