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First Interim Status Report, FY 2013-14

Listing of local educational agencies receiving negative and qualified certifications for fiscal year 2013-14 first interim.
List of Negative and Qualified Certifications
Local Educational Agencies
2013-14 First Interim Report
NEGATIVE CERTIFICATION

A negative certification is assigned to a local educational agency when it is determined that, based upon current projections, the local educational agency will not meet its financial obligations for fiscal year 2013-14 or 2014-15.

Number

County

Local Educational Agency

 Total Budget
($) in millions

1 Glenn Orland Joint Unified 17.5
2 Los Angeles Acton-Agua Dulce Unified 11.8
3 Los Angeles El Rancho Unified 75.5
4 Los Angeles Inglewood Unified 118.3
5 San Diego San Ysidro Elementary 45.3
6 Sonoma Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified 50.9
7 Sonoma Windsor Unified 41.5
8 Stanislaus Denair Unified 9.2
QUALIFIED CERTIFICATION

A qualified certification is assigned to a local educational agency when it is determined that, based upon current projections, the local educational agency may not meet its financial obligations for fiscal year 2013–14, 2014–15, or 2015–16.

Number

County

Local Educational Agency

 Total Budget
($) in millions

1 Alameda Oakland Unified 422.6
2 Calaveras Calaveras Unified 28.4
3 Contra Costa Mt. Diablo Unified 299.1
4 Fresno Westside Elementary 2.9
5 Humboldt Eureka City Schools 37.7
6 Imperial Calexico Unified 88.3
7 Kern El Tejon Unified 8.1
8 Kern Semitropic Elementary 3.2
9 Los Angeles Los Angeles Unified 6,154.9
10 Los Angeles Montebello Unified 261.6
11 Los Angeles Wilsona Elementary 11.2
12 Madera Chawanakee Unified 9.3
13 Madera Yosemite Unified 16.4
14 Mendocino Anderson Valley Unified 7.1
15 Mendocino Willits Unified 15.1
16 Orange Capistrano Unified 375.5
17 Orange Fullerton Joint Union High 134.2
18 Orange Santa Ana Unified 490.6
19 Placer Placer Hills Union Elementary 5.5
20 Riverside Coachella Valley Unified 184.3
21 Riverside Palo Verde Unified 30.8
22 Sacramento Center Joint Unified 382.3
23 Sacramento Galt Joint Union High 19.8
24 Sacramento Sacramento City Unified 414.8
25 Sacramento San Juan Unified 340.0
26 San Bernardino Adelanto Elementary 63.5
27 San Bernardino Rim of the World Unified 36.0
28 San Bernardino Upland Unified 88.1
29 San Bernardino Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified 39.8
30 San Diego Alpine Union Elementary 15.1
31 San Diego Ramona City Unified 47.1
32 San Diego San Diego Unified 1,140.3
33 San Luis Obispo Paso Robles Joint Unified 57.8
34 San Luis Obispo Shandon Joint Unified 3.7
35 Santa Barbara Los Olivos Elementary 2.4
36 Santa Cruz Santa Cruz City Elementary 68.1
37 Santa Cruz Santa Cruz City High *
38 Sonoma Forestville Union Elementary 3.8
39 Stanislaus Riverbank Unified 24.0
40 Tulare Citrus South Tule Elementary .5
41 Ventura Ojai Unified 23.1

* Santa Cruz City Elementary and Santa Cruz City High School Districts are two districts with joint administration and fiscal reporting. The amount shown in the column is the combined total.

Questions:   Management Assistance Unit | 916-327-0538
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