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First Interim Status Report, FY 2019-20

Listing of local educational agencies receiving negative and qualified certifications for fiscal year 2019-20 first interim.
List of Negative and Qualified Certifications
Local Educational Agencies
2019–20 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 2019–20 or 2020–21.

Number County Local Educational Agency Total Budget ($) in millions
1
Kern Belridge Elementary 1.3
2
Kern Southern Kern Unified 37.7
3
Sacramento Sacramento City Unified 574.7
4
San Diego Sweetwater Union High 492.9
5
Solano Dixon Unified 37.5
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 2019–20, 2020–21, or 2021–22.

Number County Local Educational Agency Total Budget ($) in millions
1
Alameda Newark Unified 69.0
2
Alameda Oakland Unified 609.0
3
Amador Amador County Office of Education 12.8
4
Amador Amador County Unified 42.9
5
Butte Paradise Unified 42.3
6
Calaveras Calaveras Unified 33.0
7
Contra Costa Pittsburg Unified 157.3
8
Contra Costa West Contra Costa Unified 404.8
9
El Dorado Camino Union Elementary 5.1
10
El Dorado Gold Oak Union Elementary 5.2
11
El Dorado Gold Trail Union Elementary 6.8
12
Glenn Hamilton Unified 8.0
13
Kern Lost Hills Union Elementary 8.1
14
Lake Kelseyville Unified 23.9
15
Lake Konocti Unified 50.1
16
Los Angeles Azusa Unified 117.9
17
Los Angeles Bassett Unified 50.8
18
Los Angeles Charter Oak Unified 59.7
19
Los Angeles Covina-Valley Unified 160.1
20
Los Angeles Lennox 72.3
21
Los Angeles Inglewood Unified 123.9
22
Orange Buena Park Elementary 60.9
23
Riverside Alvord Unified 236.1
24
Riverside Palo Verde Unified 43.6
25
Sacramento Folsom-Cordova Unified 242.3
26
San Diego Dehesa Elementary 4.7
27
San Diego San Ysidro Elementary 61.0
28
San Diego Vista Unified 271.4
29
San Luis Obispo Paso Robles Joint Unified 81.0
30
San Luis Obispo Shandon Joint Unified 4.8
31
San Mateo Cabrillo Unified 38.2
32
San Mateo San Carlos Elementary 40.7
33
Santa Clara Alum Rock Union Elementary 149.0
34
Shasta Happy Valley Union Elementary 6.9
35
Solano Vallejo City Unified 152.6
36
Sonoma Forestville Union Elementary 5.3
37
Sonoma Santa Rosa Elementary 191.6*
38
Sonoma Santa Rosa High *
39
Sonoma Windsor Unified 55.0
40
Trinity Trinity Alps Unified 10.3

* 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, March 13, 2020
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