Donna Page, a familiar face to the Sandy Hook School community, will once again take the healm of the elementary school.
Page has been chosen to serve as interim principal when the school reopens at Chalk Hill in Monroe, the New Haven Register reports.
The need for a replacement arose on Dec. 14 when the school's principal, Dawn Hochsprung, was shot and killed by a 20-year-old man, Adam Lanza, forced his way into the school and opened fire on students and teachers. Hochsprung was one of 26 victims that day.
Page worked at Sandy Hook School as principal until her retirement in 2010.
State and local officials approved the move to Chalk Hill earlier this week, and plan to resume classes there after the winter break. Officials are currently preparing Chalk Hill, which was removed from use in 2010 after changing student population needs in Monroe.