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Second Interim Status Report FY 1995-96


1995-96 Second Interim Report: Certification List

A total of 17 local educational agencies were classified with qualified certifications, 1 school district has a negative certification.

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, it WILL NOT meet its financial obligations for the remainder of 1995-96 or 1996-97.

District County Total Budget ($)
Salinas Union High School (Note 1) Monterey
50 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, it MAY NOT meet its financial obligations for 1995-96, 1996-97, or 1997-98.

There are 17 school districts with qualified certifications:

District County Total Budget ($)
Mendota Unified Fresno
10 million
Eureka City Schools
Humboldt
26 million
Brawley Union High School
Imperial
8 million
Calexico Unified
Imperial
30 million
Acton-Agua Dulce Unified
Los Angeles
8 million
Centinela Valley Union High (Note 2)
Los Angeles
28 million
Hacienda La Puente Unified (Note 1)
Los Angeles
96 million
Inglewood Unified
Los Angeles
52 million
San Gabriel Unified (Note 1)
Los Angeles
19 million
Round Valley Unified (Note 1)
Mendocino
3 million
Laguna Beach Unified
Orange
13 million
Hesperia Unified
San Bernardino
60 million
Needles Unified
San Bernardino
7 million
Bayshore Elementary
San Mateo
2 million
Burlingame Elementary
San Mateo
10 million
Quartz Valley Elementary (Note 1)
Siskiyou
300,000
Meridian Elementary
Sutter
400,000

Notes: 1) County office of education changed the district's certification; 2) County office of education assigned a qualified certification because the district did not file an interim report.

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