Ron Dailey case moved to Feb. 25 in Penn Yan village court

Staff Writer
The Chronicle Express

The case in Penn Yan Village Court against Ronald Dailey, the Penn Yan Middle School teacher who faces felony charges in connection with about $7,300 in missing funds from special activities accounts in the school, has been adjorned until 5 p.m. Feb. 25, according to Village Justice Danny Hibbard.

Dailey, a tenured 7th grade social studies teacher, is suspended from his position with pay.

Suspensions with pay are part of the due process procedures that are protected for tenured teachers and administrators.

Dailey was arrested by the Penn Yan Village Police Department on Dec. 27 and charged with third degree grand larceny, a class D felony and 10 counts of falsifying business records, class E felonies.