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First Interim Status Report, FY 2017-18

Listing of local educational agencies receiving negative and qualified certifications for fiscal year 2017-18 first interim.
List of Negative and Qualified Certifications
Local Educational Agencies
2017–18 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 2017–18 or 2018–19.

Number County Local Educational Agency Total Budget ($) in millions
1
Butte
Feather Falls Union Elementary
0.7
2
Los Angeles
Inglewood Unified
127.5
3
Los Angeles
Pasadena Unified

226.0

4
Madera
Yosemite Unified
19.1
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 2017–18, 2018–19, or 2019–20.

Number County Local Educational Agency Total Budget ($) in millions
1
Alameda
Oakland Unified
550.0
2
Butte
Bangor Union Elementary
1.2
3
Calaveras
Calaveras Unified
33.5
4
Contra Costa
Byron Union Elementary
18.1
5
Contra Costa
Martinez Unified
44.0
6
El Dorado
Black Oak Mine Unified
12.0
7
El Dorado
Gold Trail Union Elementary
6.5
8
Fresno
Coalinga-Huron Joint Unified
56.3
9
Glenn
Capay Joint Union Elementary
1.8
10
Humboldt
Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified
19.1
11
Imperial
Calexico Unified
126.5
12
Kern
Southern Kern Unified
38.4
13
Los Angeles
Bassett Unified
46.9
14
Los Angeles
Burbank Unified
158.3
15
Los Angeles
Los Angeles Unified
7,630.5
16
Marin
Sausalito Marin City Elementary
6.3
17
Mendocino
Anderson Valley Unified
8.1
18
Mendocino
Fort Bragg Unified
22.5
19
Placer
Placer Hills Union Elementary
8.1
20
Riverside
Banning Unified
59.4
21
Riverside
Coachella Valley Unified
256.6
22
Riverside
Temecula Valley Unified
285.2
23
San Bernardino
Silver Valley Unified
29.7
24
San Bernardino
Upland Unified
87.0
25
San Bernardino
Victor Valley Union High
135.2
26
San Diego
Oceanside Unified
224.8
27
San Diego
San Marcos Unified
223.7
28
San Luis Obispo
Coast Unified
13.5
29
San Luis Obispo
San Miguel Joint Union Elementary
7.1
30
San Mateo
Portola Valley Elementary
16.4
31
Santa Clara
Alum Rock Union Elementary
144.6
32
Santa Clara
Evergreen Elementary
117.7
33
Shasta
Cascade Union Elementary
15.3
34
Shasta
Gateway Unified
34.5
35
Solano
Vallejo City Unified
162.8
36
Sonoma
Bellevue Union Elementary
21.8
37
Sonoma
Piner-Olivet Union Elementary
13.6
38
Sonoma
Santa Rosa Elementary
184.1*
39
Sonoma
Santa Rosa High
*
40
Sonoma
Sonoma Valley Unified
50.0
41
Sonoma
West Sonoma County Union High
26.1
42
Ventura
Rio Elementary
52.1

*Santa Rosa Elementary and Santa Rosa High are two districts with joint administration and fiscal reporting. The amount shown is the combined budget.

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Last Reviewed: Friday, April 12, 2019
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