Members of the greater Newtown, Connecticut community react to Friday's school shootings
Some have relatives who attend or work at the school
People on Twitter posted images from the scene and from a nearby fire station
Pass the stuffing, and the popcorn. Over Thanksgiving weekend, movie theaters sold an estimated $295 million worth of tickets, breaking the record of $273 million set in 2009.
Several people on Twitter expressed concerns about relatives who attend or work at the school, where a law-enforcement official said at least 18 children were slain after gunfire erupted Friday morning.
Others posted images from the scene and from a nearby fire station, where survivors were taken. A hospital in nearby Danbury posted a Facebook update late Friday morning saying that three victims were being treated there.
In what now seems like a much more innocent time, the school hosted a winter concert Thursday. Principal Dawn Hochsprung, who was killed in the shootings, had posted a photo on Twitter Wednesday of a rehearsal for the concert.
If you have trouble viewing this page, please visit Storify to see the post.
Did you go to the movies over Thanksgiving weekend? Why or why not? What did you see? Share your thoughts in the comments area below or post video commentary on CNN iReport.
CNN’s Brandon Griggs contributed to this report.