The organization's Child Review Panel is requesting the records as part of its regular investigation of unexpected child fatalities. The group has already obtained some of the shooter's school and hospital records, but is seeking more information to complete what an advocate calls a "5,000 piece puzzle."
Last week, Attorney General George Jepsen requested the documents from a Superior Court judge on behalf of the panel. The Associated Press story describes the records that have emerged as "a portrait of a highly isolated young man with disruptions in his education."
"Piecing this enormous complex puzzle together, we're beginning to see some education disruption certainly in middle school and, we believe, in high school," advocate Faith Vos Winkel told the Associated Press. "I think education disruption is a feature. Those will be some of the issues we're going to explore more fully."