The directors of my district's BTSA program are constantly telling us that if we don't do everything on time and correctly, the county DOE is going to force us to get an extension at a cost of $700 to us personally. They mention this in every meeting and in every email communication. It's getting to a point where I want to start keeping track of the number of times they mention this, so I can point it out to them when I finish. BTSA is hard enough without this constant fear-mongering by people who are there to help us. My question is...has anyone had to do this or know anyone who has had to do it? With the exception of extreme personal circumstances, I can't believe the county/state would really do this just because a form was filled out wrong or turned in late. It simply can not be this hard to get fully licensed in California.