Chocowinity Primary School kindergarten students Kaitlyn Boyd (left) and Hailey Smith enjoy a special treat as part of their studies about Native Americans. They, along with their classmates, earned "feathers" for good behavior, with Kaitlyn being named "chief" and Hailey joining her as "assistant chief." (Chocowinity Primary School/Contributed)
Chocowinity Primary School kindergarten students Kaitlyn Boyd (left) and Hailey Smith enjoy a special treat as part of their studies about Native Americans. They, along with their classmates, earned "feathers" for good behavior, with Kaitlyn being named "chief" and Hailey joining her as "assistant chief." (Chocowinity Primary School/Contributed)

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