Social Recap: Local Schools Show Their Chiefs' Spirit Ahead of Postseason Run

Several local schools showed off their Chiefs’ pride this week

The Kansas City Chiefs kick off the Divisional Round of the postseason on Sunday afternoon, and if these videos submitted by local schools are any indication, the Chiefs' youngest fans are ready for some playoff football.

The Chiefs encouraged schools all over the metro to post videos showcasing their excitement on social media while promising one lucky school a Red Friday assembly featuring KC Wolf, Chiefs Ambassadors and the seven-foot-tall Patrick Mahomes bobblehead.

Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary, which was selected as the winning school for the below video, also received a $2,500 grant from the Hunt Family Foundation as a reward for their immense spirit.

Here's a look at the winning video.

This was no easy choice though, as kids throughout Chiefs Kingdom put together some pretty creative videos. Check out this submission from Troy Elementary in Troy, Kansas.

Students at Pleasant Lea Elementary, meanwhile, even wrote and performed their own song.

The kids at John Glenn Elementary got creative with their formation.

Linden West Elementary showed off their athletic talents with their video.

Four different classrooms at Hyde Elementary up in St. Joseph posted videos to demonstrate their Chiefs spirit.

Here's a look at the rest of the videos from schools all over the metro. If one thing is certain, the youngest members of Chiefs Kingdom can't wait for the playoffs to get started.

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