Its been one day since the small town of Tallulah was shocked by a student suicide on the campus of Madison Parish High School. Now those who knew him best say he was a troubled young man, who exhibited violent warning signs, that went ignored. Friends remember the student as friendly and nice...but also one that endured relentless teasing. And they say some very disturbing things came out of his mouth -- but what is most disturbing to them is that nothing was done about it. As Madison Parish High School prepares for its graduation tomorrow, one student wont be in attendance. Friends of the freshman student who took his life Thursday say he endured months of taunting, being picked on and even being physically hit. And while friends are not sure why he took his life, they do believe more could have been done -- to save his life: "I think if they had duty teachers outside, he would have never gone over there, like were supposed to have duty teachers but we didnt," says friend Keona Isaac. Issac says the student openly told other students he was planning on killing himself and others. And she wonders why more wasnt done to prevent his death. NBC 10 made several attempts today to get a comment from the high school principal, the Madison Parish superintendent and the Tallulah Police Department. The principal wasnt at school today, the superintendent claimed his schedule was too full, and at the Tallulah Police Department an unidentified female officer told us to leave -- and said if we didnt -- she would have us thrown out.