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First Interim Status Report, FY 2014-15

Listing of local educational agencies receiving negative and qualified certifications for fiscal year 2014-15 first interim.
List of Negative and Qualified Certifications
Local Educational Agencies
2014–15 First Interim Report
NEGATIVE CERTIFICATION

A negative certification is assigned to a local educational agency (LEA) when it is determined that, based upon current projections, the LEA will not meet its financial obligations for fiscal year 2014–15 or 2015–16.

Number County Local Educational Agency Total Budget
($) in millions
1 Los Angeles Castaic Union Elementary 21.8
2 Los Angeles Inglewood Unified 121.8
3 Riverside Lake Elsinore Unified 190.5
4 San Diego San Ysidro Elementary 47.5
5 Santa Cruz Pajaro Valley Unified 214.7
QUALIFIED CERTIFICATION

A qualified certification is assigned to a LEA when it is determined that, based upon current projections, the LEA may not meet its financial obligations for fiscal year 2014–15, 2015–16, or 2016–17.

Number County Local Educational Agency Total Budget
($) in millions
1 Alameda Newark Unified 55.7
2 Alameda Oakland Unified 438.9
3 Butte Bangor Union Elementary 1.1
4 Butte Golden Feather Union Elementary 1.5
5 Butte Pioneer Union Elementary 0.9
6 Calaveras Calaveras Unified 28.6
7 El Dorado Black Oak Mine Unified 11.8
8 Glenn Stony Creek Joint Unified 1.9
9 Kern Lost Hills Union Elementary 7.9
10 Los Angeles Bassett Unified 44.9
11 Los Angeles Los Angeles Unified 6,394.8
12 Los Angeles Lowell Joint Elementary 25.2
13 Los Angeles Norwalk-La Mirada Unified 173.3
14 Madera Chawanakee Unified 9.3
15 Madera Yosemite Unified 17.7
16 Marin Lagunitas Elementary 3.5
17 Mendocino Ukiah Unified 59.7
18 Nevada Penn Valley Union Elementary 6.8
19 Orange Ocean View Elementary 80.6
20 Riverside Banning Unified 43.8
21 Placer Placer Hills Union Elementary 5.5
22 San Bernardino Adelanto Elementary 52.1
23 San Bernardino Rim of the World Unified 36.2
24 San Diego Borrego Springs Unified 5.4
25 San Diego Coronado Unified 29.7
26 San Diego Ramona City Unified 53.7
27 San Diego San Diego Unified 1,200.9
28 San Diego Warner Unified 3.6
29 San Luis Obispo Coast Unified 11.2
30 San Mateo San Bruno Park Elementary 25.3
31 San Mateo San Carlos Elementary 31.2
32 Shasta Junction Elementary 2.7
33 Sonoma Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified 52.8
34 Sonoma West Sonoma County Union High 23.4
35 Sonoma Windsor Unified 42.6
36 Tehama Corning Union High 13.2
37 Tulare Allensworth Elementary 1.1
38 Tuolumne Curtis Creek Elementary 4.7
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Last Reviewed: Wednesday, December 12, 2018
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