We're going to turn to the latest from newtown, connecticut. Six more of the victims from friday's massacre will be laid to rest today. As life slowly begins to return to normal for most of the other... See More
We're going to turn to the latest from newtown, connecticut. Six more of the victims from friday's massacre will be laid to rest today. As life slowly begins to return to normal for most of the other students in that school district. But in a community still on-edge, another threat kept an elementary school closed. Amy robach joins us, now, from newtown. Hard to believe this jarring development, happening a week later. Reporter: It is a difficult situation for everyone here. And we know that the mourning and the funerals continue this week. One of the many reasons why sandy hook students will not be returning to school until after the holidays. In fact, the school superintendent just told me they ARE PLANNING ON JANUARY 2nd. That said, newtown public schools are in full swing today. We've seen dozens of school buss driving through town. But those schools are certainly still facing many challenges bringing their students back into the classroom. This morning, parents of sandy hook elementary students say their children will return to school some time in january. Relocating to this empty middle school about seven miles away, with a newly-installed security system. On tuesday, tractor-trailers brought desks and supplies. School officials going through great lengths to re-create their former classrooms. Right down to the very last crayon. That precision, designed to help comfort sandy hook students, like 9-year-old david uhl. I guess having a hard time going through all this. Reporter: More of newtown schools reopened on tuesday. But an unspecified thread against the head o'meadow school canceled classes for the day. Meanwhile, school buss dropped children off at home. Across the street, others were id to rest. This tiny white casket, carrying 6-year-old james mattioly, a boy who loved to sing in the shower. Also, laid do rest, jessica rekos, who loved sea horses and orca whales. To see a sea of people at a funeral for a child. And another sea of people awaiting the next funeral. Reporter: Victoria soto, the 27-year-old teacher, remembered for her heroism. She loved them very much. She didn't call them her students. She called them her kids. Reporter: Today, services will continue for six other victims, including sandy hook principal, dawn hochsprung. And with students struggling with all of this tragedy, the school superintendent told me the focus this week inside the classroom is not academics. It's about discussing what happened, how they're feeling d healing. George? That is important. Amy, thanks very much.
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