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First Interim Status Report FY 2003-04

Listing of local educational agencies receiving negative certification for fiscal year 2003-04 First Interim.
List of Negative and Qualified Certifications
School Districts and County Offices of Education
2003-2004 First Interim Report
Negative Certification

A negative certification is assigned to a school district or county office of education when it is determined that, based upon current projections, the school district or county office of education will not meet its financial obligations for fiscal year 2003-2004 or 2004-2005.

District County
Total Budget ($)
Berkeley Unified
Alameda 90 million
Hayward Unified
Alameda 176 million
Livermore Valley Joint Unified
Alameda 91 million
Oakland Unified
Alameda 443 million
West Fresno Elementary
Fresno 8 million
Vallejo City Unified
Solano 131 million
Corning Union Elementary
Tehama 13 million
Qualified Certification

A qualified certification is assigned to a school district or county office of education when it is determined that, based upon current projections, the school district or county office of education may not meet its financial obligations for fiscal year 2003-2004, 2004-2005, or 2005-2006.

District County Total Budget ($)
Emery Unified
Alameda
8 million
Amador County Office
Alameda
6 million

Amador County Unified

Alameda
29 million
Acalanes Union High
Contra Costa
79 million
Antioch Unified
Contra Costa
130 million
John Swett Unified
Contra Costa
14 million
Martinez Unified
Contra Costa
26 million
Mt. Diablo Unified
Contra Costa
247 million
Lake Tahoe Unified
El Dorado
36 million
Buttonwillow Union Elementary
Kern
3 million
Lakeside Union Elementary
Kings
3 million
Upper Lake Union High
Lake
3 million
El Rancho Unified
Los Angeles
83 million
Long Beach Unified
Los Angeles
686 million
Pomona Unified
Los Angeles
235 million
Torrance Unified
Los Angeles
158 million
Westside Union Elementary
Los Angeles
42 million
William S. Hart Union High
Los Angeles
125 million
Golden Valley Unified
Madera
$8 million
Potter Valley Community Unified
Mendocino
3 million
Greenfield Union Elementary
Monterey
16 million
Spreckels Union
Monterey
5 million
Santa Ana Unified
Orange
487 million
Western Placer Unified
Placer
36 million
Palm Springs Unified
Riverside
153 million
Fontana Unified
San Bernardino
279 million
Ripon Unified
San Joaquin
17 million
San Bruno Park
San Mateo
18 million
Jefferson Union High
San Mateo
39 million
Berryessa Elementary
Santa Clara
55 million
Orchard Elementary
Santa Clara
5 million
Sunnyvale Elementary
Santa Clara
47 million
Santa Cruz City Elementary
Santa Cruz
59 million
Santa Cruz City High
Santa Cruz
* million
Scotts Valley Unified
Santa Cruz
17 million
Gateway Unified
Shasta
26 million
Sierra-Plumas Joint Unified
Sierra
7 million
Benicia Unified
Solano
33 million
Cloverdale Unified
Sonoma
11 million
Geyserville Unified
Sonoma
3 million
Harmony Union Elementary
Sonoma
3 million
Healdsburg Unified
Sonoma
19 million
Wilmar Union Elementary
Sonoma
1 million
Oakdale Joint Unified
Stanislaus
34 million
Stanislaus Union
Stanislaus
23 million
Trinity Union High
Trinity
6 million
Summerville Elementary
Tuolumne
3 million
Twain Harte-Long Barn Union Elementary
Tuolumne
4 million
Oxnard Elementary
Ventura
126 million
Marysville Joint Unified
Yuba
70 million

*Santa Cruz City Elementary and High School Districts are two districts with joint administration and fiscal reporting. The $59 million budget is the combined budget.

Questions:   Management Assistance Unit | 916-327-0538
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