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  • Student evacuation causes traffic mess, frustration among some parents

    As hundreds of parents converge near the Crescenta Valley High sports field to pick up students evacuated from the campus, several said the slow progress of releasing their children was straining their patience. Glendale Unified officials ordered the...
  • CV High student's death was an apparent suicide, officials say

    CV High student's death was an apparent suicide, officials say
    Los Angeles County sheriff's officials on Friday said a 15-year-old boy appeared to have killed himself by jumping off a three-story building at Crescenta Valley High School at the beginning of lunch period. At a news conference on the campus Friday,...
  • Students react to CV High death

    Students react to CV High death
    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...
  • Valentine's Day card campaign started for grief-stricken CV High

    Valentine's Day card campaign started for grief-stricken CV High
    The main feeder middle school for Crescenta Valley High, where a 15-year-old student apparently jumped to his death on Friday, is organizing a massive Valentine's Day card campaign for the grieving campus. Rosemont Middle School Principal Cynthia...
  • CV High students to honor memory of friend with metal band shirts

    CV High students to honor memory of friend with metal band shirts
    Crescenta Valley High School students plan to don black and heavy metal-themed T-shirts Tuesday in honor of music-loving schoolmate Drew Ferraro, who died on campus Friday in what officials say was an apparent suicide. "His iPod was huge," said 15-year-...
  • Authorities officially deem CV High student death a suicide

    The Los Angeles County coroner's office has officially deemed the death of a 15-year-old student Friday at Crescenta Valley High School a suicide. Authorities say it appears that Drew Ferraro got a running start before jumping from a three-story building...
  • CV High student who jumped to death left behind note

    A 15-year-old boy who committed suicide at Crescenta Valley High School last week left a note explaining his actions, authorities said Monday, though they declined to elaborate on its contents. Los Angeles County sheriff’s Lt. John Corina said...
  • Response critical during suicide aftermath

    Experts say the ongoing response by Glendale Unified officials to the suicide last week at Crescenta Valley High School will be critical in preventing a repeat event. Students with a history of mental illness or past suicide attempts are most vulnerable...
  • Family insists son who jumped from CV High roof was bullied

    Family insists son who jumped from CV High roof was bullied
    Days after their 15-year-old son died after jumping off of a third-story building at his high school, the parents of Drew Ferraro said they learned by reading his journal that he had been bullied by classmates in the last months of his life. "There was...
  • Bullying claims by parents stand in contrast to official line

    Bullying claims by parents stand in contrast to official line
    Statements by the parents of a Crescenta Valley High School student who killed himself earlier this month that bullying may have played a factor contradict initial assessments made by officials in the days after his death. Drew Ferraro, 15, jumped from...
  • Burbank High football player took his own life, officials say

    Burbank High football player took his own life, officials say
    The death Tuesday night of a Burbank High School football player has been a ruled a suicide. Matthew Smyser, a 17-year-old junior, died at his home in Shadow Hills Tuesday night. Los Angeles County coroner’s officials on Thursday confirmed the...