San Diego Unified School District is the second-largest district in the state of California and gets the bulk of local coverage when it comes to financial problems.
However, the district isn't the only one issuing pink slips before the March 15 deadline.
On Wednesday, the San Diego County of Education released projected numbers of layoffs for all school districts within the county.
San Diego Unified made headlines last week when the board voted to issue more than 1600 pink slips for teachers, counselors and nurses.
The county reports close to 2200 employees at various schools will be given notice that they may not return to their jobs the following school year.
Of the 19 districts reporting layoffs, Sweetwater and Cajon Valley have the largest number of projected cuts.
While Sweetwater plans to cut 211 FTE, Cajon Valley is releasing 101 temporary employees (54.5 FTE and 26 hourly teachers).
Grossmont is next with layoff notices sent to 84 FTE.
Encinitas has issued notices of layoffs to 14 FTE teachers. Coronado is discussing whether they will cut 13 or 21 teachers. The final result will depend on class size.
Jamul-Dulzura is considering a school closure along with its pink slips sent to three temporary employees and 3.6 FTE certified employees.
The following districts are not planning on layoffs:
Cardiff, Dehesa, Del Mar, Escondido Elementary, Escondido HS, Julian HS, La Mesa-Spring Valley, Lakeside, Oceanside, Poway, Rancho Santa Fe, San Dieguito, Santee, Solano Beach, South Bay, Spencer Valley, Vallecitos, Valley Center, Warner.