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First Interim Status Report, FY 2023-24

Listing of local educational agencies receiving negative and qualified certifications for fiscal year 2023-24 first interim.
List of Negative and Qualified Certifications
Local Educational Agencies
2023–24 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 2023–24 or 2024–25.

Number County Local Educational Agency Total Budget ($) in millions
1
Calaveras Calaveras Unified 49.0
2
Humboldt Green Point Elementary 0.5
3
Santa Cruz Live Oak Elementary 29.7
4
Shasta Oak Run Elementary 1.1
5
Siskiyou Happy Camp Union Elementary 2.3
6
Siskiyou Junction Elementary 0.6

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 2023–24, 2024–25, or 2025–26.

Note: Santa Rosa Elementary and Santa Rosa High have joint administration.

Number County Local Educational Agency Total Budget ($) in millions
1
Alameda Hayward Unified 344.3
2
Alameda Newark Unified 87.8
3
Alameda Oakland Unified 927.4
4
Alameda Dublin Unified 190.2
5
Calaveras Mark Twain Union Elementary 12.6
6
Contra Costa West Contra Costa Unified 584.8
7
Los Angeles Culver City Unified 119.3
8
Los Angeles Duarte Unified 32.4
9
Los Angeles William S. Hart Union High 229.5
10
Los Angeles San Gabriel Unified 50.8
11
Marin Novato Unified 130.1
12
Marin Sausalito Marin City Elementary 13.8
13
Mendocino Leggett Valley Unified 4.3
14
Riverside Moreno Valley Unified 704.6
15
Sacramento Galt Joint Union High 38.2
16
San Benito Hollister Elementary 102.7
17
San Bernardino Adelanto Elementary 145.8
18
San Diego Mountain Empire Unified 36.4
19
San Francisco San Francisco Unified 1,241.9
20
San Mateo Cabrillo Unified 46.2
21
San Mateo Redwood City Elementary 165.7
22
Santa Clara East Side Union High 384.5
23
Shasta Cascade Union Elementary 23.7
24
Sierra Sierra-Plumas Joint Unified 11.3
25
Siskiyou Gazelle Union Elementary 0.7
26
Siskiyou Yreka Union Elementary 13.6
27
Solano Vallejo City Unified 251.5
28
Sonoma Oak Grove Union Elementary 14.6
29
Sonoma Santa Rosa Elementary 248.3 jointly shared by Santa Rosa Elementary and Santa Rosa High
30
Sonoma Santa Rosa High 248.3 jointly shared by Santa Rosa Elementary and Santa Rosa High
31
Sonoma Sonoma Valley Unified 75.4
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Last Reviewed: Wednesday, June 12, 2024
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