In other news from Newtown on Sunday:
* Connecticut's chief medical examiner, Dr. H. Wayne Carver II, said that Lanza shot his mother, Nancy Lanza, four times in the head. She was found dead in her pajamas in bed. Carver said Adam Lanza died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
* Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy said Lanza shot himself when he heard police coming. Authorities said he had hundreds of rounds of ammunition left to carry out significant carnage.
"There was a lot of ammo, a lot of clips," said State Police Lt. Paul Vance. "Certainly a lot of lives were potentially saved."
* Nancy Lanza told a drinking buddy less than a week before the Newtown rampage that Adam "was getting worse," the New York Daily News reported. The anonymous pal said that Nancy told him that Adam had burned himself with a lighter. "It was like he was trying to feel something," Nancy Lanza told the man.
* Newtown officials couldn't say whether Sandy Hook Elementary School would ever reopen.
School officials were discussing how to send survivors back to class, but Newtown police Lt. George Sinko said he "would find it very difficult" for students to return to the school. But, he added: "We want to keep these kids together. They need to support each other."
Jim Agostine, superintendent of schools in nearby Monroe, said plans were being made for students from Sandy Hook to attend classes in his town this week.