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Second Interim Status Report, FY 2010-11

Listing of local educational agencies receiving negative and qualified certification for fiscal year 2010-11 second interim.
List of Negative and Qualified Certifications
Local Educational Agencies
2010-11 Second 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 2010-11 or 2011-12.

Number

County

Local Educational Agency

 Total Budget ($)

1

Contra Costa

John Swett Unified

14.0 million

2

Fresno

Golden Plains Unified

22.7 million

3

Kern

Southern Kern Unified

25.0 million

4

Los Angeles

Inglewood Unified

128.3 million

5

Merced

Dos Palos Oro Loma Joint Unified

19.0 million

6

Monterey

King City Joint Union High

19.8 million

7

Sacramento

Natomas Unified

67.9 million

8

San Benito

Hollister (Elementary)

42.2 million

9

Solano

Travis Unified

40.0 million

10

Solano

Vallejo Unified

142.1 million

11

Sonoma

Cloverdale Unified

11.9 million

12

Sonoma

Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified

49.7 million

13

Sonoma

Healdsburg Unified

18.8 million

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 2010-11, 2011-12, or 2012-13.

Number

County

Local Educational Agency

 Total Budget ($)

1

Alameda

Hayward Unified

197.6 million

2

Alameda

Oakland Unified

436.6 million

3

Amador

Amador County Office of Education

8.6 million

4

Amador

Amador Unified

29.3 million

5

Butte

Chico Unified

106.8 million

6

Butte

Durham Unified

8.2 million

7

El Dorado

Black Oak Mine Unified

13.3 million

8

El Dorado

Gold Oak Union Elementary

4.7 million

9

El Dorado

Rescue Union Elementary

27.7 million

10

Fresno

Kerman Unified

35.1 million

11

Fresno

Orange Center (Elementary)

2.7 million

12

Fresno

Raisin City Elementary

3.1 million

13

Fresno

Sierra Unified

16.8 million

14

Glenn

Willows Unified

12.8 million

15

Humboldt

Scotia Union Elementary

1.7 million

16

Imperial

Calexico Unified

81.2 million

17

Imperial

Imperial Unified

26.3 million

18

Kern

El Tejon Unified

9.4 million

19

Kern

Lost Hills Union Elementary

5.8 million

20

Kern

Muroc Joint Unified

18.7 million

21

Kern

Panama-Buena Vista Union Elementary

127.8 million

22

Kern

Rosedale Union Elementary

36.5 million

23

Kern

Taft City (Elementary)

19.3 million

24

Kern

Tehachapi Unified

35.5 million

25

Lake

Kelseyville Unified

14.5 million

26

Los Angeles

Antelope Valley Union High

211.1 million

27

Los Angeles

Bellflower Unified

111.2 million

28

Los Angeles

Burbank Unified

128.0 million

29

Los Angeles

Compton Unified

287.3 million

30

Los Angeles

Eastside Union Elementary

25.4 million

31

Los Angeles

East Whittier City Elementary

84.0 million

32

Los Angeles

El Rancho Unified

88.6 million

33

Los Angeles

Hawthorne (Elementary)

73.4 million

34

Los Angeles

Lancaster Elementary

110.0 million

35

Los Angeles

Lawndale Elementary

52.0 million

36

Los Angeles

Los Angeles Unified

6,395.4 million

37

Los Angeles

Los Nietos (Elementary)

15.9 million

38

Los Angeles

Lynwood Unified

132.3 million

39

Los Angeles

Monrovia Unified

51.4 million

40

Los Angeles

Montebello Unified

268.7 million

41

Los Angeles

Newhall Elementary

52.9 million

42

Los Angeles

Paramount Unified

138.6 million

43

Los Angeles

Pomona Unified

268.7 million

44

Los Angeles

Walnut Valley Unified

104.7 million

45

Los Angeles

William S. Hart Union High

172.7 million

46

Madera

Yosemite Unified

18.7 million

47

Mendocino

Round Valley Unified

6.3 million

48

Mendocino

Ukiah Unified

50.5 million

49

Mendocino

Willits Unified

16.8 million

50

Monterey

King City Union (Elementary)

19.4 million

51

Monterey

North Monterey County Unified

38.9 million

52

Orange

Anaheim City (Elementary)

158.4 million

53

Orange

Capistrano Unified

373.8 million

54

Orange

Centralia Elementary

36.3 million

55

Orange

Fullerton Elementary

108.0 million

56

Orange

Fullerton Joint Union High

140.1 million

57

Orange

Garden Grove Unified

450.1 million

58

Orange

La Habra City Elementary

45.0 million

59

Orange

Saddleback Valley Unified

229.9 million

60

Orange

Santa Ana Unified

516.9 million

61

Orange

Westminster Elementary

76.3 million

62

Placer

Auburn Union Elementary

13.6 million

63

Placer

Placer Hills Union Elementary

6.9 million

64

Riverside

Alvord Unified

150.3 million

65

Riverside

Banning Unified

40.3 million

66

Riverside

Coachella Valley Unified

166.5 million

67

Riverside

Desert Sands Unified

230.2 million

68

Riverside

Jurupa Unified

159.7 million

69

Riverside

Moreno Valley Unified

290.4 million

70

Riverside

Nuview Union (Elementary)

13.4 million

71

Riverside

Palo Verde Unified

31.7 million

72

Riverside

Perris Union High

81.4 million

73

Riverside

Riverside Unified

348.5 million

74

Sacramento

Center Joint Unified

38.7 million

75

Sacramento

Elk Grove Unified

482.2 million

76

Sacramento

Folsom Cordova Unified

143.7 million

77

Sacramento

Galt Joint Union High

19.2 million

78

Sacramento

Robla Elementary

16.3 million

79

Sacramento

Sacramento City Unified

427.0 million

80

Sacramento

San Juan Unified

358.3 million

81

San Bernardino

Adelanto Elementary

54.0 million

82

San Bernardino

Alta Loma Elementary

46.9 million

83

San Bernardino

Chino Valley Unified

233.3 million

84

San Bernardino

Colton Joint Unified

189.4 million

85

San Bernardino

Fontana Unified

338.7 million

86

San Bernardino

Lucerne Valley Unified

9.7 million

87

San Bernardino

Mountain View Elementary

19.0 million

88

San Bernardino

Snowline Joint Unified

57.8 million

89

San Bernardino

Victor Elementary

74.1 million

90

San Bernardino

Victor Valley Union High

89.6 million

91

San Bernardino

Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified

71.3 million

92

San Diego

Borrego Springs Unified

6.0 million

93

San Diego

La Mesa-Spring Valley (Elementary)

100.1 million

94

San Diego

Ramona City Unified

54.3 million

95

San Diego

San Marcos Unified

143.3 million

96

San Joaquin

Stockton Unified

336.1 million

97

San Luis Obispo

Atascadero Unified

37.6 million

98

San Luis Obispo

Lucia Mar Unified

84.9 million

99

San Luis Obispo

Paso Robles Joint Unified

56.2 million

100

San Luis Obispo

Pleasant Valley Joint Union Elementary

1.1 million

101

San Luis Obispo

San Miguel Joint Union (Elementary)

4.7 million

102

San Luis Obispo

Shandon Joint Unified

3.6 million

103

Santa Clara

Alum Rock Union Elementary

113.4 million

104

Santa Clara

East Side Union High

198.0 million

105

Santa Clara

Evergreen Elementary

95.0 million

106

Santa Clara

Franklin-McKinley Elementary

76.5 million

107

Santa Clara

Gilroy Unified

89.4 million

108

Santa Clara

Los Altos Elementary

43.2 million

109

Santa Cruz

Pajaro Valley Unified

184.9 million

110

Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz City Elementary

61.1 million *

111

Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz City High

*

112

Santa Cruz

Scotts Valley Unified

18.3 million

113

Shasta

Anderson Union High

17.1 million

114

Shasta

Cascade Union Elementary

12.5 million

115

Shasta

Cottonwood Union Elementary

7.9 million

116

Shasta

Pacheco Union Elementary

5.0 million

117

Shasta

North Cow Creek Elementary

2.1 million

118

Solano

Dixon Unified

26.9 million

119

Solano

Fairfield-Suisun Unified

162.6 million

120

Sonoma

Geyserville Unified

3.1 million

121

Sonoma

Sebastopol Elementary

6.0 million

122

Sonoma

West Sonoma County Union High

21.1 million

123

Stanislaus

La Grange Elementary

.3 million

124

Stanislaus

Modesto City Elementary

256.1 million *

125

Stanislaus

Modesto City High

*

126

Stanislaus

Salida Union Elementary

20.1 million

127

Stanislaus

Waterford Unified

18.8 million

128

Tulare

Citrus South Tule Elementary

.6 million

129

Ventura

Santa Paula Elementary

31.9 million

130

Yolo

Woodland Joint Unified

82.4 million

* Santa Cruz City Elementary and Santa Cruz City High School Districts are two districts with joint administration and fiscal reporting. Modesto City Elementary and Modesto City High 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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