Skip to main content
California Department of Education Logo

First Interim Status Report, FY 2021-22

Listing of local educational agencies receiving negative and qualified certifications for fiscal year 2021-22 first interim.
List of Negative and Qualified Certifications
Local Educational Agencies
2021–22 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 2021–2022 or 2022–23.

Number County Local Educational Agency Total Budget ($) in millions
1 Contra Costa West Contra Costa Unified 450.1
2 Humboldt Loleta Union Elementary 3.0
3 Sacramento Elverta Joint Elementary 3.5
4 Siskiyou Weed Elementary 6.2
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 2021–22, 2022–23, or 2023–24.

Number County Local Educational Agency Total Budget ($) in millions
1 Alameda Hayward Unified 316.7
2 Alameda Oakland Unified 751.0
3 Alameda San Lorenzo Unified 158.7
4 Butte Bangor Union Elementary 1.7
5 Calaveras Calaveras Unified 40.4
6 Contra Costa Pittsburg Unified 179.1
7 Los Angeles Compton Unified 383.7
8 Los Angeles Eastside Union Elementary 58.9
9 Los Angeles Los Angeles Unified 9,289.5
10 Los Angeles Lynwood Unified 236.9
11 Los Angeles San Gabriel Unified 80.1
12 Los Angeles San Gabriel Valley ROP 14.3
13 Los Angeles Temple City Unified 86.0
14 Marin Sausalito Marin City 12.4
15 Placer Auburn Union Elementary 27.5
16 Sacramento Sacramento City Unified 716.0
17 San Benito Holister 83.3
18 San Diego Bonsall Unified 31.8
19 San Diego Oceanside Unified 304.3
20 San Diego San Marcos Unified 268.6
21 Santa Clara Mount Pleasant Elementary 35.1
22 Solano Vallejo City Unified 229.6
23 Sonoma Santa Rosa Elementary *
24 Sonoma Santa Rosa High 204.9


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

Questions:   Fiscal Oversight & Support Office| sacsinfo@cde.ca.gov
Last Reviewed: Friday, March 4, 2022
Trending in Fiscal Oversight
Recently Posted in Fiscal Oversight
  • Second Interim Status Report, FY 2021-22 (added 27-May-2022)
    Listing of local educational agencies receiving negative and qualified certifications for fiscal year 2021-22 second interim.
  • School District Budgets 2022–23 (added 23-May-2022)
    Criteria and Standards for reviewing school district 2022–23 budgets. The criteria and standards are codified in Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations, Sections 15440-15452 for school district budgets.
  • County Office Budgets 2022–23 (added 23-May-2022)
    Criteria and Standards for reviewing county office of education 2022–23 budgets. The criteria and standards are codified in Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations, Sections 15467-15475 for county office of education budgets.