Well . . . I detect some sort of judicial frustration (probably because he thought the matters were duplicative or time-wasting), but if the matters have not been handled, they need to be addressed. Presumably, you have a log of your exe's transgressions, and can get something from CCSD abut the order being too vague. School choice is a classic matter requiring court intervention if the parents cannot agree -- see last year's Rivero opinion, posted at http://www.willicklawgroup.com/child_custody_visitation.
I'd suggest getting all your data/evidence together (along with all prior orders), and making an appointment with competent counsel to review all of it and advise you of your options.
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