There's a plan in place for the release of 911 tapes from Sandy Hook Elementary School on Wednesday as ordered by a judge last week. 

Officials in Newtown, Connecticut, say the recordings of Newtown police department dispatches will be released to members of the media through the town attorney's office that afternoon. 

There were only seven 911 calls to Newtown Police from the school during and after last December's attack. 

Cell phone calls that were routed to Connecticut State Police dispatchers are not included in this release. (Metro Networks Inc.)