Kindergartners choose their morning greeting in Wisconsin

In Mrs. Schlapper's class, students can go with a fist bump or a hug to start their school day.
1:12 | 11/27/18

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Finally tonight here, the kindergartner waiting to greet everyone in the morning. He's America strong. Okay. Reporter: A little encouragement. This is how her kindergarten class greets each other every morning. She points to the fist bump. Go ahead. Fist bump. Reporter: A line waiting for that morning greeting. This time, from 5-year-old Colin baker. The next student, she picks a hug. Then, another hug. So many wanted hugs. And look at this. One student picks a hug and doesn't wait. She hugs Colin first. Colin giggles as the hugs keep coming. The school in Birchwood, Wisconsin, hosting their morning greeting on their Facebook page. More than 6 million views already. Colin has down syndrome. He's been welcomed in that class like every other student. His teacher saying she hopes the small gesture will stay with them as they grow up together throughout their years. The power of friendship, kindness and the power of Colin in that kindergarten class. Colin, we need a hug, too. He made our day. Thanks for watching. I'm David Muir. I hope to ?????????????????? This is "Jeopardy!"

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