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Second Interim Status Report, FY 2008-09

Listing of local educational agencies receiving negative certification for fiscal year 2008-09 second interim.
List of Negative and Qualified Certifications
School Districts and County Offices of Education
2008-09 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 2008-09 or 2009-10.

# County  District  Total Budget ($) 
1 Butte Chico Unified 108.81 million
2 Fresno Orange Center Elementary 2.97 million
3 Lassen Westwood Unified 3.66 million
4 Los Angeles El Rancho Unified 94.39 million
5 Los Angeles Wilsona Elementary 15.87 million
6 Monterey King City Joint Union High 21.36 million
7 Monterey King City Union Elementary 23.60 million
8 Riverside Val Verde Unified 145.79 million
9 San Benito Aromas-San Juan Unified 11.39 million
10 San Diego Julian Union High 3.93 million
11 San Mateo La Honda-Pescadero Unified 4.92 million
12 Santa Cruz Pajaro Valley Unified  191.59 million
13 Santa Cruz Santa Cruz City Elementary 68.99 million
14 Santa Cruz Santa Cruz City High *
15 Solano Travis Unified  43.91 million
16 Solano Vallejo City Unified 154.93 million
17 Sonoma Healdsburg Unified 19.85 million
18 Sonoma Piner-Olivet Union Elementary 10.97 million
19 Tuolumne Chinese Camp Elementary .30 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 2008-09, 2009-10, or 2010-11.

# County  District  Total Budget ($) 
1 Alameda Hayward Unified 211.97 million
2 Alameda Oakland Unified 464.08 million
3 Alameda Oakland-Alameda ROP 3.61 million
4 Alameda Piedmont Unified 29.61million
5 Alameda Pleasanton Unified 150.70 million
6 Amador Amador County Office 9.24 million
7 Amador Amador Unified  34.11 million
8 Calaveras Mark Twain Union Elementary 5.93 million
9 Contra Costa John Swett Unified 16.13 million
10 Contra Costa Knightsen Elementary 4.43 million
11 Contra Costa Martinez Unified 30.19 million
12 Contra Costa West Contra Costa Unified 308.86 million
13 El Dorado Black Oak Mine Unified 16.31 million
14 El Dorado Gold Trail Union Elementary 4.42 million
15 Fresno Burrell Elementary 1.12 million
16 Fresno Golden Plains Unified 19.96 million
17 Fresno Parlier Unified 36.12 million
18 Humboldt Eureka Unified 36.49 million 
19 Humboldt Loleta Union Elementary 1.3 million
20 Humboldt Rohnerville Elementary 5.26 million
21 Humboldt Southern Humboldt Unified 9.51 million
22 Imperial Calexico Unified 81.51 million
23 Kern El Tejon Unified 9.98 million
24 Kern Muroc Unified 20.48 million
25 Kern Southern Kern Unified 28.03 million
26 Kings Delta View Joint Union Elementary 0.83 million
27 Kings Reef Sunset Unified 23.46 million
28 Lake Lake County Office  18.85 million
29 Lassen Shaffer Union Elementary  2.05 million
30 Los Angeles Centinela Valley Union High 67.14 million
31 Los Angeles Covina Valley Unified 115.66 million
32 Los Angeles Hawthorne Unified 77.23 million
33 Los Angeles Inglewood Unified 131.18 million
34 Los Angeles Las Virgenes Unified 99.1 million
35 Los Angeles Los Angeles Unified 6,831.5 million
36 Los Angeles Los Nietos  18.44 million
37 Los Angeles Pomona Unified 272.12 million
38 Los Angeles Whittier City Elementary 54.43 million
39 Mendocino Laytonville Unified 5.23 million
40 Mendocino Potter Valley Community Unified 3.68 million
41 Mendocino Ukiah Unified 53.12 million
42 Mendocino Willits Unified 17.45 million
43 Merced Atwater Elementary 37.22 million
44 Orange Garden Grove Unified 509.56 million
45 Orange Santa Ana Unified 474.46 million
46 Placer Placer Hills Union Elementary 9.45 million
47 Riverside Banning Unified 43.51 million
48 Sacramento Elk Grove Unified 527.56 million
49 Sacramento Folsom Cordova Unified 147.78 million
50 Sacramento Natomas Unified 84.39 million
51 Sacramento Sacramento City Unified 430.21 million
52 Sacramento San Juan Unified 390.43 million
53 Sacramento Twin Rivers Unified 280.66 million
54 San Bernadino Lucerne Valley Unified 9.72 million
55 San Bernadino Rim of the World Unified 39.3 million
56 San Bernadino Yucaipa-Calimesa Jt. Unified 79.06 million
57 San Diego La Mesa-Spring Valley 113.23 million
58 San Diego San Marcos Unified 140.66 million
59 San Diego San Ysidro Elementary 48.66 million
60 San Joaquin Tracy Unified 135.5 million
61 San Luis Obispo Atascadero Unified 41.08 million
62 San Luis Obispo Lucia Mar Unified 92.3 million
63 San Luis Obispo Paso Robles Unified 57.14 million
64 San Luis Obispo San Miguel Joint Union 5.09 million
65 San Luis Obispo Shandon Joint Unified 3.96 million
66 Santa Barbara Lompoc Unified 85.49 million
67 Santa Clara Berryessa Union Elementary 64.76 million
68 Santa Clara Cupertino Union Elementary 137.64 million
69 Santa Clara Evergreen Elementary 104.77 million
70 Santa Clara Franklin-McKinley Elementary 83.05 million
71 Santa Clara Milpitas Unified 88.08 million
72 Santa Clara Mount Pleasant Elementary 76.21 million
73 Santa Clara Orchard Elementary 7.14 million
74 Shasta Cascade Union Elementary 14.1 million
75 Shasta Cottonwood Union Elementary 9.15 million
76 Shasta Grant Elementary 5.09 million
77 Shasta Pacheco Union Elementary 5.59 million
78 Solano Dixon Unified  28.98 million
79 Sonoma Alexander Valley Union Elemetary 1.64 million
80 Sonoma Forestville Union Elemtary 4.08 million
81 Sonoma Geyserville Unified 3.77 million
82 Sonoma West Sonoma County Union High 23.37 million
83 Tehama Antelope Elementary 5.48 million
84 Tehama Flourney Union Elementary 0.43 million
85 Tehama Gerber Union Elementary 3.75 million
86 Tehama Red Bluff Joint Union  18.78 million
87 Tulare Stone Corral Elementary 1.56 million
88 Tuolumne Curtis Creek Elementary  5.1 million
89 Yuba Wheatland Elementary 15.3 million

*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 budget.

Questions:   Management Assistance Unit | 916-327-0538
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