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Was the school a party to the lawsuit?
If the school was not a party to the lawsuit, then the court order should not be effective against it because the court had no jurisdiction over the school.
In order for the school to be obligated under the court order, the school would have to be a party to case.......
You may have to file suit against the school and ask the court to order that you be allowed back in and seek a court order against the school compelling it to reinstate you.
The school would not be subject to the court's order unless the school was a party to the action. IF the school complied with a pervious order, etc., it would be voluntary. So, there'd be no way to require the school to comply with an order that was entered in a case that the school wasn't a party.
It still doesn't matter unless the school is a party to the case. The court doesn't have jurisdiction over the school to order it to do anything unless/until it is a party to the case.
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