Eleven-year-old Annie Trimbur, a 6th grader at Franklin Regional Middle School, runs past three crosses outside of the First United Methodist Church in Murrysville as she volunteers with her father Tom Trimbur, not pictured, to clean up the church grounds in preparation for Palm Sunday mass on Saturday, April 12, 2014.  

Jenna Joyce, an 8-year-old 3rd grader at Sloan Elementary School, signs a 28’ x 4’ banner supporting the students of Franklin Regional in a parking lot off of Route 22 in Murrysville on Saturday, April 12, 2014.  The banner was available to be signed by current students, former students and community members, and will be hung near the school when classes resume.   

Michelle Milan McFall, in white, a mother with one daughter in the Franklin Regional School District, hugs Erin McClelland, the executive director of Arche Wellness, while volunteering at a banner signing in a parking lot off of Route 22 in Murrysville on Saturday, April 12, 2014.  The 28’ x 4’ banner supporting the students of Franklin Regional was open to be signed by current students, former students and community members, and will be hung near the school when classes resume.   

Lisa Stewart, an elementary school teacher at Sloan Elementary and 1978 graduate of Franklin Regional, signs a 28’ x 4’ banner supporting the students of Franklin Regional in a parking lot off of Route 22 in Murrysville on Saturday, April 12, 2014.  The banner was available to be signed by current students, former students and community members, and will be hung near the school when classes resume.   

Brian Curley, a Franklin Regional graduate that resides in Murrysville, lifts his son Colin, 3, after signing a 28’ x 4’ banner supporting the students of Franklin Regional in a parking lot off of Route 22 in Murrysville on Saturday, April 12, 2014.  The banner was available to be signed by current students, former students and community members, and will be hung near the school when classes resume.   

Brian and Elizabeth Curley, two Franklin Regional graduates that reside in Murrysville, help their children Declan, left, 2, and Colin, 3, sign a 28’ x 4’ banner supporting the students of Franklin Regional in a parking lot off of Route 22 in Murrysville on Saturday, April 12, 2014.  The banner was available to be signed by current students, former students and community members, and will be hung near the school when classes resume.   

Community members leave hundreds of messages like these on a 28’ x 4’ banner supporting the students of Franklin Regional in a parking lot off of Route 22 in Murrysville on Saturday, April 12, 2014.  The banner was available to be signed by current students, former students and community members, and will be hung near the school when classes resume.   

Corinne Mazurek, 11, a student at Franklin Regional Middle School, helps several friends hang signs and organize flowers on the steps of Franklin Regional High School, the location of last week’s mass stabbing that injured more than 20 people, on Saturday, April 12, 2014.  

Signs, flowers and balloons decorate the closed entrance to Franklin Regional High School on Saturday, April 12, 2014.  

Juniors Katia Barwinske, 16, and Andrew Lehn, 16, lay flowers on the steps of Franklin Regional High School on Friday, April 11, 2014, two days after more than 20 people were injured there in a mass stabbing.