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Vote for Chimborazo school principal David Peck’s CBS6 Instagram takeover

Posted: 5:48 PM, Sep 05, 2016
Updated: 2016-09-05 18:02:37-04
Vote for Chimborazo school principal David Peck’s CBS6 Instagram takeover

RICHMOND, Va. — Come Tuesday, all local schools are back in session. In honor of Back to School Tuesday, we asked Principal David Peck with Richmond Public Schools to host our #CBS6TakeoverTuesday on Instagram.

Peck is the new principal at Chimborazo Elementary School; he’s one of eight new principals at RPS. He formerly served as assistant principal at Mary Williams Elementary School in Prince William County.

Peck previously taught at J.G. Hening Elementary and Falling Creek Elementary schools in Chesterfield County.

He holds a Doctor of Education in curriculum, teaching and leadership from Northeastern University.

Takeover Tuesday was launched by CBS 6 as a way to introduce you to different faces of the Richmond community. We hope you follow along Tuesday, to see what the first day of school is like through the eyes of a principal.

We are doing this all summer long, and at the end, you vote for who had the best takeover and we donate to the winner’s chosen nonprofit.

Principal Peck chooses Safe Harbor, a nonprofit that supports those who are experiencing or have experienced domestic and/or sexual violence.

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Welcome back to school students in the Richmond area! Ecstatic to share our first day of school @ChimborazoES ! #cbs6takeovertuesday

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Our teachers can't wait for our students to get here! 37 more minutes! @chimborazoes #Chimbojags #cbs6takeovertuesday

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Been a hectic morning @chimborazoes but our last bus has left, parents said good byes, and we are off to routines and procedures! #cbs6takeovertuesday

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Richmond PD stopped by and wished us well @chimborazoes this morning! #cbs6takeovertuesday

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These ladies will have served over 500 meals to our #Chimbojags before days end @chimborazoes! #cbs6takeovertuesday

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Successful schools have "will do" people. Our music teacher @chimborazoes is helping call families to ensure our #Chimbojags gets home safely. #cbs6takeovertuesday

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Had a great time reading to my #Chimbojags @chimborazoes. Teachers, principals, students, and parents all get a case of the "first day jitters" now and then!

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Successful schools, like teams, aren't successful without the right players. As proud principal @chimborazoes, I'm blessed to have these dedicated teachers. First day of school….complete! Signing out of #cbs6takeovertuesday. Gracias!

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Come Tuesday, all local schools are back in session. In honor of Back to School Tuesday, we asked Principal David Peck to host our #CBS6TakeoverTuesday. Peck is the new principal at Chimborazo Elementary School. He formerly served as assistant principal at Mary Williams Elementary School in Prince William County. Peck previously taught at J.G. Hening Elementary and Falling Creek Elementary schools in Chesterfield County. He holds a Doctor of Education in curriculum, teaching and leadership from Northeastern University. #cbs6takeovertuesday is a way to introduce you to different faces of the Richmond community. 👏🏻💯🎨💡📓📚📝 We are doing this all summer long, and at the end, you vote for who had the best takeover and we donate to the winner’s chosen nonprofit. We hope you follow along Tuesday, to see what the first day of school is like through the eyes of a principal. Principal Peck chooses Safe Harbor, a nonprofit that supports those who are experiencing or have experienced domestic and/or sexual violence.

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