Authorities have identified the woman who died along with her daughter in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, on Friday, though many details have yet to be revealed.
Jihyun Lee, 49, was identified Saturday by the office of Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early Jr. She was found with her 12-year-old after police responded to a home on Ladyslipper Drive Friday morning.
In an email to families Saturday, the superintendent of Shrewsbury public schools offered condolences to the surviving family members. The woman's husband and son -- the girl's father and brother -- were home at the time, and are not considered suspects, prosecutors have said.
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"On behalf of the school district, our deepest sympathies go out to the surviving husband/father and son/brother," Superintendent Joe Sawyer said.
The girl was not enrolled in the Shrewsbury Public School System but her brother, whom he did not identify, is at Shrewsbury High School, he said in the email.
A crisis team at the high school met on Saturday to plan support for the girl's brother and other students who may be affected. Another at Sherwood Middle School met to plan support for students who knew the girl, according to Sawyer.
More information on how students can get support will be sent to families later this weekend, Sawyer said.
Prosecutors on Saturday did not identify the girl, and said the causes of their deaths remain pending as the investigation continues.
The girl was found dead at the scene, authorities said Friday, while Lee was taken to a hospital and pronounced dead there.