The budget adopted in March was for $133 million, but adding in that additional money would bring it to around $137 million.
The $3.8 million is from state and additional aid, and is tied to the Annual Professional Performance Review Agreements.
If the school doesn't have a signed APPR agreement with the teachers, that money will not be spent.
"We have to give that money back to the state and ultimately....that' going to be an additional 100 job losses," said UCSD Board President, Christopher Salatino.
Although the district is hoping for a signed APPR agreement with the UTA, the clock is ticking and the school needs time with student scheduling for the next year.
"By July, if we dont have something in place, it's not going to happen because our scheduling has to be done by the middle of August," said Salatino.