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International Baccalaureate
Program Information

Families can support their student and the school’s mission by doing the following:

The IB Primary Years Program sees learning as a partnership between students, parents/families, and the school.

Families can support their student and the school’s mission by doing the following:

Our Instructional Program

Dailey Elementary Charter School was authorized as an International Baccalaureate World School offering the Primary Years Program (PYP) in April 2013. PYP incorporates the best educational practice from throughout the world.

Its premise is based on thematic, inquiry-based units of instruction which focus on structured questioning methods that promote high – level questioning and global mindedness that encourages and enhances a child’s natural curiosity.

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We are also looking for library volunteers to help shelve books, label, and organize inside the library on a consistent basis.

Please email Mrs. Trevino ( if you have additional questions or would like to sign up!

Field Trip Chaperones

If parents are wanting to chaperone a field trip, the application below must be submitted, along with a proof of a negative TB test (TB testing is at the expense of the volunteer). Please see the application for more information.

Volunteer Application-Fillable

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Dailey Amazon Wish List

Library Amazon Wish List

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The Parent Volunteer Committee

The Parent Volunteer Committee (PVC) is comprised of Dailey parents who are taking an active role in the school’s activities. The PVC meets after the Director’s Chats with the following goals:

  • Learn about Dailey: Teaching & Learning, Behavior Supports, Structures, etc.
  • Build Community: Events, fundraisers, action projects, etc.
  • Reflect & Provide Input/Feedback: Reflecting after events, input into changes, feedback on school items presented

2024-25 Meeting Schedule

All meetings will be held in person starting at 8:00 a.m.. Presentations and meeting notes can be found on ParentSquare in the Resource Hub.

  • August 30th
  • October 25th
  • December 13th
  • January 31st
  • February 28th
  • April 25th

*Dates and times subject to change*

Dangers of Synthetic Drugs


The illicit use and abuse of synthetic drugs represents an emerging and ongoing public health threat in California. The fentanyl crisis specifically, has impacted communities across the state, leading to a sharp increase in fentanyl poisonings and deaths in recent years. This notice aims to address the crisis with a preventative approach ensuring students and families are educated on the deadly consequences of recreational drug use. A synthetic drug is a drug with properties and effects similar to a known hallucinogen or narcotic but having a slightly altered chemical structure, especially such a drug created in order to evade existing restrictions against illegal substances.


Synthetic drugs include but are not limited to synthetic cannabinoids (“synthetic marijuana,” “Spice,” “K2”), methamphetamines, bath salts, and fentanyl. The California Department of Public Health (“CDPH”) has expounded on the extreme danger of drugs laced with fentanyl. Illicit fentanyl can be added to other drugs to make them cheaper, more powerful, and more addictive. Illicit fentanyl has been found in many drugs, including heroin, methamphetamine, counterfeit pills, and cocaine. Fentanyl mixed with any drug increases the likelihood of a fatal overdose. Furthermore, it is nearly impossible to tell if drugs have been laced with fentanyl without additional testing, because fentanyl cannot be seen, smelled, or tasted when used as a lacing agent. 

Additional information regarding fentanyl from the CDPH’s Substance and Addiction Prevention Branch

Finding Us

We are located near Palm and Shields
in Central Fresno.

Our Address

3135 N. Harrison Ave.
Fresno, CA 93704

Office Hours

Monday – Friday
7:30 am – 4:00 pm

Phone & E-mail

(559) 248-7060