"It is further ordered, adjudged, and decreed that the Court orders that the non-residential parent of the children is entitled to access, under the same terms and conditions as which access is provided to the residential parent ato any record that is related to the child, in chich the residential parent of the child is legally provided access. NOTICE: Any keeper of a record who knowingly fails to comply with the Order or ORC Section 3109.05.01(H) is in contempt of Court. The Court further orders that the nonresidential parent is entitled to access under the same terms and conditions as to which access is provided to the residential parent, to any student activity that is related to the child in which the residential parent of the child legally is provided access. NOTICE. Any school official or employee who knowlingly failst to comply with the Order or ORC Section 3109.05.1(J) is in contempt of court."
O.K.....now that's dated 1999.
ORC is Ohio Revised Code.
So....I suggestion you find the most current version of the code.
Get a copy and see if these sections still exist -- or what replaced them.
I'm willing to bet that the intent is still there even in 2005.
Then take that to the school and show them.
If they're not "cooperative" or if they don't see the light, then take it to their school board of education and file a written complaint.
If You still don't get cooperation, I'd take it two directions -- one to their arch bishop or bishop -- and nope, don't know who that would be for that area, but parishes put together form a deanery, and deaneries put together report to the bishop.
And to whomever certifies the school -- don't know which agency that would be either, but I could find out.
Skip the EX and the family court system.....sure she created the problem, but they fell for her stupidity and they'll not trust her so quickly again once you can show she was wrong and they have to change their tune.
As for the residential stuff....that does make that parent the primary custodial parent. BUT Ohio's revised codes really try to give the non-residential parent equal legal custody
of the child.
When you read other's posts from different states, you are the non-custodial parent with joint legal custody.