Sandy Hook victims' identified, three names confirmed

In this photo provided by the Newtown Bee, paramedics push stretchers toward Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., where authorities say a gunman opened fire, killing 26 people, including 20 children, Friday, Dec. 14, 2012. (AP Photo/Newtown Bee, Shannon Hicks) MANDATORY CREDIT: NEWTOWN BEE, SHANNON HICKS
Shannon Hicks

(CBS News) The identities of three of the children killed in the shooting rampage at Sandy Hook elementary school in Connecticut were confirmed Saturday morning, according to CBS News' Margaret Brennan.

Among the 26 victims are 7-year-old Ana Marquez-Green, the daughter of a well-known saxophone player; Emilie Parker; and Chase Kowalski, survived by his parents Rebecca and Steve. 

Fifty-six-year-old school psychologist Mary Sherlach, 22-year-old first grade teacher Vicki Soto, and 47-year-old Sandy Hook principal Dawn Hochsprung are also among the dead.

Erica Canfield, the parent of a fourth grader at Sandy Hook elementary school, spoke about Hochsprung's work with her children, who attended Sandy Hook elementary school.  

"She was wonderful, she loved all the kids, always had a smile on her face, always in a good mood, made you feel at home when you were there," Canfield told Brennan.

Connecticut state police spokesman Lt. Paul Vance confirmed that all of the victims were identified -- and their families notified -- by early Saturday morning.