This early 1990's photo provided by the Rousseau family shows Lauren Rousseau as an elementary school student, left, with her teacher George Hochsprung, right, in Danbury Conn. Lauren Rousseau, 30, a substitute teacher at Sandy Hook Elementary School was killed Dec. 14, 2012, along with George Hochsprung's wife Dawn Lafferty Hochsprung, the school's principal, when a gunman opened fire at Newtown, Conn. school. Dawn Hochsprung and Lauren Rousseau will be two of six educators from the school honored posthumously with the 2012 Presidential Citizens Medal, presented at a White House ceremony on Feb. 15, 2013. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)

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This early 1990's photo provided by the Rousseau family shows Lauren Rousseau as an elementary school student, left, with her teacher George Hochsprung, right, in Danbury Conn.  Lauren Rousseau, 30, a substitute teacher at Sandy Hook Elementary School was killed Dec. 14, 2012, along with George Hochsprung's wife Dawn Lafferty Hochsprung, the school's principal, when a gunman opened fire at Newtown, Conn. school.  Dawn Hochsprung and Lauren Rousseau will be two of six educators from the school honored posthumously with the 2012 Presidential Citizens Medal, presented at a White House ceremony on Feb. 15, 2013. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)
This early 1990's photo provided by the Rousseau family shows Lauren Rousseau as an elementary school student, left, with her teacher George Hochsprung, right, in Danbury Conn. Lauren Rousseau, 30, a substitute teacher at Sandy Hook Elementary School was killed Dec. 14, 2012, along with George Hochsprung's wife Dawn Lafferty Hochsprung, the school's principal, when a gunman opened fire at Newtown, Conn. school. Dawn Hochsprung and Lauren Rousseau will be two of six educators from the school honored posthumously with the 2012 Presidential Citizens Medal, presented at a White House ceremony on Feb. 15, 2013. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)
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