Except for a small memorial outside the main entrance Saturday morning, there was no other sign that a student died the day before at Crescenta Valley High School.
A framed photograph of 15-year-old sophomore Drew Ferraro was placed on a bench outside the campus on Community Avenue, surrounded by flowers and still-lit candles from the night before.
"RIP Drew, You will be missed. May you rest in peace..." read a hand-written note placed inside a bundle of red and white carnations.
On Friday afternoon, Ferraro reportedly jumped off a 3-story building at the high school in an apparent suicide.
Glendale Unified Supt. Dick Sheehan said Friday that bullying did not appear to be a factor in the death, but students on the blogging site tumblr wrote he was bullied and harassed regularly.
"My deepest fear is that Drew took his life to send a crystal clear message to all bullies at my school— That death results in their actions," wrote one student.