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Next year’s round of school spending cuts could mean more crowded classrooms, fewer bus stops, aging textbooks and fees to play football and other sports, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools officials say.

All of those steps would result from the $78.2 million CMS expects to lose in state and county money, Superintendent Peter Gorman said Wednesday.

“I expect the worst-case scenario,” Gorman said, referring to his proposal for dealing with the gap between what CMS is seeking and what cash-strapped Mecklenburg County and the state are expected to provide.