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We just wanted you to agree to a few simple guidelines that will keep EVERYONE happY

Oh, and if you want a little more help on what to wear... click here for dress guidelines

  1. STAY @ MT. LEBANON!  There is no good reason for any student to go off MT. LEBANON'S PROPERTY with anyone (adult or friend) and for any reason. Unless yo Momma is pickin' you up - or the ambulance is takin' you out - stay pu T
     

  2. GO TO ALL REQUIRED EVENTS!  We are asking you to participate in all aspects of Flight Week. From Flight Schools to Crew Groups to Battlegrounds to "eatin' time" - we are saying camp is a lot better when you put something into it. That happens when you participate.
     

  3. NO CELL PHONES! Knowing you will bring them anyway...our church/staff will not be held responsible for any cell phone that is lost, stolen or damaged. We will NOT tolerate any inappropriate use of your cell phone either (pictures, social media, etc.) If we need to-we will take it! Save drama...leave it with ya Momma!
     

  4. NO VEHICLES, PLEASE! It's great exercise for those of you in sports and let's face it - even if you're not. The only vehicles that will be scootin' around are golf carts. Ask for a ride and you'll probably get it. Drive your car and you'll probably get in trouble. Leave 'em parked. 
     

  5. IF YOU ARE SICK OR HURT...go to the Mt. Leb's Health Center. That's what they are paid to do...help you. You can't stay in your cabin and sleep it off and you can't hang out all day on the golf carts. If you are so sick you can't go on...home it is...or hospital.
     

  6. IF YOU BRING MEDICATION WE NEED TO KNOW! All medications each student uses or brings with them to Flight Week are to be listed on the Registration/Medical Release Form and/or the Medication Information/Administration Release Form and checked by the Mt. Lebanon's medical staff . All meds will be administered from the health center by Mt. Leb staff  .  Students must not share any medication, including aspirin or other pain relievers, or any other over-the-counter or prescriptive medication, with any other student.  
     

  7. CABIN LOCK OUT SHOULDN’T HAPPEN TO YOU! All students are required to be inside their assigned cabins by whatever time Flight Week Director deems it’s time to be in each night. 
     

  8. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES ARE GIRLS TO BE IN BOYS' SIDE OF THE CABIN OR BOYS IN GIRLS' SIDE OF THE CABIN: This includes hallways outside these rooms, and obviously the rooms themselves, too.  NO EXCEPTIONS! Also, NO ONE SHOULD BE IN ANY CABIN IN WHICH THEY ARE NOT ASSIGNED TO STAY IN. 
     

  9. DRUGS, ALCOHOL, ANY FORM OF TOBACCO, FIREARMS, KNIVES OR ANY OTHER KIND OF WEAPON, OR FIRWORKS ARE NOT ALLOWED:  No explanation needed – if you bring it – you go home.  ALSO, DO NOT BRING: cell phones, iPhones, iPads, iAnythings; your MP3 players, boomboxes or anything else that plays music. Why? It's one week to get away from all of that and focus on God.
     

  10. WEAR MODEST, COMFORTABLE CLOTHING! No STUMBLE-WEAR! Casual clothing is acceptable during all activities at Flight Week.  If you question it…don’t bring it!  If it’s revealing or too short…don’t bring it!  If it’s a two piece swimsuit…leave it at home and grab your one piece.  Guys, don’t even think about the speedo! Wear your tshirt to and from the pool and ladies wear your cover-up please.