SAN FRANCISCO — The Natomas Unified School District in Sacramento County, Calif., missed a deadline last month that triggered the process for a state bailout.

The 12,000-student district, which is facing an $8.9 million shortfall for the next two years, missed a Nov. 30 deadline to show the California Department of Education it could muster enough cash to stay solvent.

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