LOS ANGELES — Fitch Ratings on Nov. 18 lowered the ratings to junk on slightly more than $100 million of San Ysidro, Calif., school district debt, deeming it likely that the state could take over the school district.

School officials said in a release that without further salary reductions from school employees the school district will be insolvent before the school year ends in June.

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