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Second Interim Status, Fiscal Year 2004-05

Listing of local educational agencies receiving negative certification for fiscal year 2004-05 Second Interim.
List of Negative and Qualified Certifications
School Districts and County Offices of Education
2004-05 Second 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 2004-05 or 2005-06.

County District Total Budget ($)

Alameda

Hayward Unified

177 million

Alameda

Oakland Unified

437 million

Butte

Biggs Unified

6 million

Fresno

Fresno Unified

607 million

Fresno

Parlier Unified

28 million

Fresno

West Fresno Elementary

8 million

Kings

Delta View Joint Union Elementary

0.8 million

Monterey

Salinas City Elementary

63 million

Placer

Auburn Union Elementary

17 million

San Bernardino

Chino Valley Unified

213 million

Santa Clara

East Side Union High

207 million

Solano

Vallejo City Unified

146 million

Sutter

Marcum-Illinois Union

1 million

Tehama

Los Molinos Unified

5 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 2004-05, 2005-06, or 2006-07.

County District Total Budget ($)

Alameda

Alameda City Unified

84 million

Alameda

Berkeley Unified

88 million

Alameda

Piedmont City Unified

23 million

Amador

Amador County Office

7 million

Amador

Amador County Unified

31 million

Contra Costa

John Swett Unified

13 million

Contra Costa

Mt. Diablo Unified

260 million

El Dorado

Black Oak Mine Unified

14 million

Inyo

Big Pine Unified

2 million

Inyo

Lone Pine Unified

5 million

Inyo

Round Valley Joint Elementary

1 million

Los Angeles

Bellflower Unified

105 million

Los Angeles

Los Angeles Unified

6,298 million

Los Angeles

Palmdale Elementary

154 million

Los Angeles

Torrance Unified

165 million

Marin

Novato Unified

53 million

Mendocino

Willits Unified

16 million

Monterey

North Monterey County Unified

38 million

Monterey

Washington Union Elementary

7 million

Orange

Huntington Beach City Elementary

44 million

Placer

Placer Hills Union Elementary

9 million

Sacramento

San Juan Unified

350 million

San Benito

Hollister Elementary

41 million

San Bernardino

Cucamonga Elementary

18 million

San Bernardino

Rim of the World Unified

37 million

San Joaquin

New Hope Elementary

1 million

San Mateo

Jefferson Elementary

43 million

San Mateo

La Honda-Pescadero Unified

4 million

San Mateo

South San Francisco Unified

68 million

Santa Clara

Evergreen Elementary

87 million

Santa Clara

San Jose Unified

264 million

Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz City Elementary

59 million

Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz City High

*  

Shasta

Happy Valley Union Elementary

5 million

Shasta

Junction Elementary

3 million

Shasta

Oak Run Elementary

0.5 million

Siskiyou

Big Springs Union Elementary

1 million

Siskiyou

Dunsmuir Joint Union High

1 million

Siskiyou

Yreka Union Elementary

7 million

Solano

Benicia Unified

33 million

Sonoma

Bellevue Union Elementary

14 million

Sonoma

Cloverdale Unified

11 million

Sonoma

Healdsburg Unified

18 million

Sonoma

Piner-Olivet Union Elementary

9 million

Tehama

Corning Union Elementary

13 million

Trinity

Trinity Union High

5 million

Tuolumne

Twain Harte-Long Barn Union Elementary

3 million

Yuba

Marysville Joint Unified

74 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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