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 Livingston is asking the public to create a Valentine's card with the phrase "I CARE," accompanied with your name, age, city and how long you've been a resident. Organizers plan to collect the cards at drop-off locations and distribute them at Crescenta Valley High when school convenes on Tuesday.

School are closed today for the Presidents' Day holiday.

After the student reportedly jumped off a three-story building during the lunch period on Friday and died at the scene, Glendale Unified officials said they were unaware of any bullying issues. And Los Angeles County sheriff's officials continue to investigate the death.

In a message today through the Crescenta Valley Town Council, organizers encouraged to the public to drop off the "I CARE" cards at a collection box at Ralphs on Foothill Boulevard or at Rosemont Middle School between 3 and 5 p.m. today.


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