the locally-programmed schedules are always operational and I think at equal priority to any commands from ST or Alexa, unless you set AWAY/HOLD. So the last command wins every time.
IMO that is the best part of this integration. If the ST remote control breaks (which happens occasionally), the Tstat continues to operate on its locally-programmed time-schedule. If the ST control continues to work then the setpoints are adjusted for the current ST mode/routine. FYI I don’t use ST time schedules in ST modes.
And the 3M/Filtrete portal continues to connect independently whenever I want to check the history or issue a manual setpoint change. win-win-win.
If you don’t want locally programmed time schedules then delete them from the Tstat. I dis-recommend this option since you then need the thermostat to ALWAYS receive timely commands from ST. A brief history of ST should convince you to have a Plan B. Plan C is good too.
If you aren’t using the same temp setpoints in your locally programmed time schedules, as in your ST modes/routines, then I see how the setpoints may seem inconsistent/constantly changing.