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sign each child out and have their photo taken.The school has about 870 children enrolled. The academy is named after McNair, an astronaut who died when the space shuttle Challenger exploded on Jan. 28, 1986, according to the school's website.Jonessia White, the mother of a kindergartner, said the school's doors are normally locked."I took (my son) to school this morning and had to be buzzed in," she said. "So I'm wondering how the guy got in the door."Jackie Zamora, 61, of Decatur, was at the Wal-Mart waiting and said her 6-year-old grandson was inside the school when the shooting was reported and she panicked for more than an hour because she hadn't heard whether or not anyone had been injured.She said the school has a set of double doors where visitors must be buzzed in and show identification to a camera to be allowed in."I don't know how this could happen at this school," Zamora said. "There's so much security."School volunteer Debra Haynes said she encountered the suspect without knowing it.She stopped by the office at the end of her shift and saw a man talking to a secretary but she did not see a gun."I heard him say, `I'm not here to harm any staff or any parents or students. He said he wanted to speak to a police officer.""By the time I got to 2nd Avenue, I heard gunshots," she said.The Associated Press contributed to this report BUENOS AIRES Whenever Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez uses Twitter, controversy often follows. Although tweet discussions range in content and frequency, there's never a lack of debate.Fernandez, who almost never gives interviews or takes questions from reporters, often uses her official Twitter account, https://twitter.com/CFKArgentina , which claims more than 2.2 million followers, to have a direct connection to the people.There was that time when she sent more than 60 tweets in a single day after a wide protest by thousands of Argentines critical of her government. Or the many times she has attacked her political opponents and media outlets, accusing them of twisting the truth and defaming her.Then, there are lighter Tweets: pictures with Pope Francis, a boxing champion, and her dogs. Or her recounting of casual conversations with Argentines on the road, the birth of her grandson, and even her musings over her favorite TV show."I'm a fan of the series Games of Thrones. I love it," Fernandez tweeted on April 28."When the DirecTV people came to see me to announce some investments I asked them if they could please get me season three ... I'm sure that tomorrow someone from the opposition will denounce me for asking and receiving gifts."In a major departure from Fidel Castro's four-hour speeches, Twitter's 140 characters or less have become a leading communication tool for presidents throughout Latin America.An example of this