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2010 Qualified School Construction Bond Results


Allocated Projects - January 2011
District County Authorization
Alhambra Unified Los Angeles $11,800,000
Arcadia Unified Los Angeles $25,000,000
Banta Elementary San Joaquin $10,500,000
Berkeley Unified Alameda $25,000,000
Bonita Unified Los Angeles $9,455,000
Burlingame Elementary San Mateo $9,912,220
Byron Union Contra Costa $4,600,000
Cajon Valley Union San Diego $18,000,000
Carlsbad Unified San Diego $25,000,000
Central Unified Fresno $250,000
Coalinga-Huron Joint Unified Fresno $7,341,863
Colton Joint Unified San Bernardino $24,748,000
Cypress Elementary Orange $4,539,884
Dublin Unified Alameda $25,000,000
East Side Union High Santa Clara $25,000,000
Fairfax Elementary Kern $10,000,000
Fowler Unified Fresno $1,500,000
Franklin McKinley Elementary Santa Clara $4,500,000
Fremont Union High Santa Clara $25,000,000
Gilroy Unified Santa Clara $15,500,000
Grossmont Union High San Diego $25,000,000
Holtville Unified Imperial $2,500,000
Irvine Unified Orange $25,000,000
Jefferson Union High San Mateo $4,860,000
John Swett Unified Contra Costa $14,900,000
Kern Union High Kern $20,151,209
Lakeside Union Elementary San Diego $250,000
Las Virgenes Unified Los Angeles $25,000,000
Lindsay Unified Tulare $7,226,230
Los Alamitos Unified Orange $23,000,000
Los Gatos Union Santa Clara $4,340,000
Los Nietos Los Angeles $7,275,000
Merced Union High Merced $25,000,000
Millbrae Elementary San Mateo $7,660,943
Moreland Elementary Santa Clara $4,375,000
Mt. Diablo Unified Contra Costa $3,860,000
Oak Grove Elementary Santa Clara $1,750,000
Oak Park Unified Ventura $4,418,648
Ocean View Ventura $4,205,000
Oceanside Unified San Diego $25,000,000
Oxnard Union High Ventura $4,052,103
Pacific Grove Unified Monterey $7,780,000
Palmdale Elementary Los Angeles $25,000,000
Perris Union High Riverside $4,500,000
Piedmont Unified Alameda $10,000,000
Placentia Yorba Linda Unified Orange $12,726,442
Pomona Unified Los Angeles $4,030,000
Redondo Beach Unified Los Angeles $25,000,000
Rialto Unified San Bernardino $9,400,000
Rowland Unified Los Angeles $25,000,000
San Juan Unified Sacramento $10,600,000
San Mateo Union High San Mateo $25,000,000
Santa Barbara High Santa Barbara $9,200,000
Santa Clara Unified Santa Clara $25,000,000
Santee Elementary San Diego $15,000,000
Sequoia Union High San Mateo $25,000,000
Solvang Elementary Santa Barbara $217,000
Sonoma Valley Unified Sonoma $715,000
St. Helena Unified Napa $13,860,000
Stanislaus Union Elementary Stanislaus $10,000,000
Sunnyvale Santa Clara $20,000,000
Temecula Valley Unified Riverside $15,000,000
Tiption Tulare $4,000,000
Torrance Unified Los Angeles $25,000,000
Tracy Joint Unified San Joaquin $19,771,700

Total Amount Authorized $864,271,242 - January 14, 2011

Several local educational agencies that received an authorization in January 2011 did not issue the authorization or the full amount of the authorization received. Per Education Code Section 12001.6(c)(13)(C) the California Department of Education shall allocate reverted federal qualified school construction bond authorizations as they are available and until all are issued. The total amount available for reauthorization is $134,040,407. The following local educational agencies will receive 2010 qualified school construction bond authorization:

 

August 23, 2011
District County Authorization
Cutler Orosi Joint Unified Tulare $9,000,000
Klamath Trinity Joint Unified Humboldt $3,900,000
Bellevue Union Sonoma $12,500,000
Firebaugh Las Deltas Joint Union Fresno $7,000,000
Robla Elementary Sacramento $7,500,000
Caruthers Unified Fresno $2,141,300
Lennox Elementary Los Angeles $3,000,000
Imperial County Office of Education Imperial $25,000,000
Anaheim City Orange $25,000,000
Emery Unified Alameda $25,000,000

Total amount authorized $120,041,300 - August 23, 2011

Several local educational agencies that received an authorization in August 2011 did not issue the authorization or the full amount of the authorization received. Per Education Code Section 12001.6(c)(13)(C) the California Department of Education shall allocate reverted federal qualified school construction bond authorizations as they are available and until all are issued. The total amount available for reauthorization is $76,350,407. The following local educational agencies will receive 2010 qualified school construction bond authorization:

March 26, 2012
District County Authorization
Coalinga-Huron Joint Unified School District Fresno $2,658,137
El Monte Elementary School District Los Angeles $25,000,000
Pittsburg Unified School District Contra Costa $25,000,000
Pomona Unified School District Los Angeles $20,970,000

Total amount authorized $73,628,137 - March 26, 2012

Non-Allocated Projects in Rank Order
Rank District County Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage* Authorization
Requested
1 Dinuba Unified Tulare 75.40% $10,000,000
2 Franklin McKinley Elementary Santa Clara 75.37% $10,500,000
3 Rialto Unified San Bernardino 74.66% $15,600,000
4 Santa Paula Union High Ventura 74.47% $25,000,000
5 Lemon Grove San Diego 72.97% $7,000,000
6 Magnolia Elementary Orange 72.83% $8,000,000
7 Palo Verde Union Elementary Tulare 71.50% $13,000,000
8 Mojave Unified Kern 71.13% $5,000,000
9 Colton Joint Unified San Bernardino 70.36% $252,000
10 Fowler Unified Fresno 68.34% $6,500,000
11 Calistoga Joint Union Napa 67.86% $24,445,457
12 Alhambra Unified Los Angeles 67.78% $13,200,000
13 Kings Canyon Joint Unified Fresno 66.30% $8,475,033
14 El Rancho Unified Los Angeles 64.96% $25,000,000
15 Duarte Unified Los Angeles 64.92% $25,000,000
16 Garden Grove Unified Orange 62.18% $25,000,000
17 Del Norte County Unified Del Norte 60.45% $10,000,000
18 Orchard Santa Clara 59.25% $8,000,000
19 Kern Union High Kern 57.54% $4,848,791
20 Howell Mountain Elementary Napa 57.26% $3,000,000
21 Central Unified Fresno 57.12% $14,750,000
22 Los Banos Merced 55.25% $10,000,000
23 Perris Union High Riverside 54.59% $20,500,000
24 Monterey Peninsula Unified Monterey 54.14% $24,410,200
25 San Leandro Unified Alameda 53.77% $25,000,000
26 College Elementary Santa Barbara 51.44% $5,800,000
27 Cajon Valley Union San Diego 50.53% $7,000,000
28 John Swett Unified Contra Costa 49.88% $3,100,000
29 Madera County Office of Education Madera 49.78% $13,000,000
30 Sonoma Valley Unified Sonoma 49.58% $24,285,000
31 Rim of the World San Bernardino 48.51% $8,500,000
32 Southern Humboldt Unified Humboldt 48.31% $5,000,000

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Cloverdale Unified Sonoma 48.00% $10,000,000
34 McKinleyville Union Humboldt 47.34% $7,000,000
35 Central Elementary San Bernardino 46.47% $6,000,000
36 San Lorenzo Unified Alameda 45.81% $25,000,000
37 Whittier Union High Los Angeles 45.81% $25,000,000
38 Oak Grove Elementary Santa Clara 45.36% $23,250,000
39 Upland Unified San Bernardino 45.10% $25,000,000
40 Northern Humboldt Union High Humboldt 44.15% $10,000,000
41 Santa Barbara Elementary Santa Barbara 43.36% $14,000,000
42 Lakeside Union Elementary San Diego 42.79% $24,750,000
43 Piner Olivet Unified Sonoma 41.74% $20,000,000
44 Wiseburn Elementary Los Angeles 41.71% $25,000,000
45 San Marcos Unified San Diego 41.49% $25,000,000
46 South San Francisco Unified San Mateo 40.05% $25,000,000
47 St. Helena Unified Napa 39.93% $11,140,000
48 Denair Unified Stanislaus 38.60% $3,500,000
49 Tracy Joint Unified San Joaquin 37.62% $5,228,300
50 San Juan Unified Sacramento 37.16% $14,400,000
51 Oxnard Union High Ventura 36.81% $20,947,897
52 Mt. Diablo Unified Contra Costa 36.17% $21,140,000
53 Campbell Union Elementary Santa Clara 35.79% $25,000,000
54 Santa Barbara Secondary Santa Barbara 35.56% $15,800,000
55 Forestville Union Sonoma 33.64% $4,000,000
56 Atascadero Unified San Luis Obispo 32.90% $25,000,000
57 Jefferson Union High San Mateo 31.23% $20,140,000
58 Dehesa Elementary San Diego 30.77% $5,500,000
59 Moorpark Unified Ventura 29.56% $25,000,000
60 Placentia Yorba Linda Unified Orange 29.30% $2,273,558
61 Cypress Elementary Orange 28.84% $20,460,116
62 Gold Oak Union Elementary El Dorado 26.62% $6,978,745
63 Springville Union Elementary Tulare 25.91% $3,000,000
64 Moreland Santa Clara 25.37% $1,050,000
65 McCabe Union Elementary Imperial 25.13% $8,000,000
66 Santa Monica Malibu Elementary Los Angeles 24.91% $25,000,000
67 Solvang Elementary Santa Barbara 23.79% $1,700,000
68 Summerville Union High Tuolumne 21.25% $5,000,000
69 Hope Elementary Santa Barbara 20.73% $4,720,078
70 Bonita Unified Los Angeles 19.64% $9,545,000
71 Martinez Unified Contra Costa 18.32% $25,000,000
72 Bennett Valley Sonoma 17.43% $5,000,000
73 West Sonoma County Union High Sonoma 17.23% $10,000,000
74 Jefferson Elementary San Joaquin 16.80% $25,000,000
75 Encinitas Union Elementary San Diego 13.77% $15,000,000
76 Temecula Valley Unified Riverside 13.20% $3,000,000
77 Ross Valley Marin 8.81% $25,000,000
78 Twin Hills Union Elementary Sonoma 8.63% $11,000,000
79 Palo Alto Unified Santa Clara 7.71% $25,000,000
80 Oak Park Ventura 3.56% $15,050,429
81 Los Gatos Union Santa Clara 3.01% $11,360,000

*The percentage of pupils who qualify for the federal free and reduced-price meals program and are enrolled in the applying school district or county office of education as certified on the Consolidated Application, October 2008 School-Level Free and Reduced-Price Meals Eligibility Data Collection, page 46.

Non-Allocated Projects in Rank Order
(Postmarked Applications After November 5, 2010)
Rank District County Postmarked Authorization
82 Acalanes Union High Contra Costa 11/15/2010 $25,000,000
83 San Ysidro San Diego 11/17/2010 $5,000,000
84 Sonora Elementary Tuolumne 11/18/2010 $5,000,000
85 Newport Mesa Unified Orange 11/29/2010 $25,000,000
86 Centinela Valley Union High Los Angeles 12/21/2010 $25,000,000
87 Southern Trinity Joint Unified Trinity 1/7/2011 $1,000,000
88 Manzanita Elementary Butte 2/11/2011 $1,000,000
Questions:   Shannon Farrell-Hart | sfarrell@cde.ca.gov | 916-323-3923
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