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In a parenting plan when it comes to Scheduled Residential Time does this mean that this pertains to school or extra curricular activities and that the parent that the child "resides" with on that particular day can bar the other parent from volunteering at school or having lunch with the child on that particular day or has to have that parents permission to attend? This would also pertain to one parent attending their childs baseball game, for example, on the other parents "reidential time"? Could they attend or need the permission of the residing parent to attend all extra curricular activies?There is no restraining order. And in this particular parenting plan it does not address extra curricular activities and school; It just states under Residential Schedule and then under School Schedule The child shall reside with the father on a certain day after school until a certain day either on the week-end or until the start of school.........one parent is claiming that you cannot volunteer see the child at school, even if they(the residential parent) aren't there physically because it is that persons "residential time" or you need their permission to even be there. This is also pertaining to extra curricular activities.