Camp for a Week, Friends for Life!

What is Unicorn Camp

Unicorn Camp is designed for students to do their remote learning for school in small pod groups based on their school structure – elementary, middle school, and high school.

Each level will be divided into “pods” of no more than 10 students. These pods will not change during the session. Each pod is supervised by a facilitator that will help your child log onto their classes at the appropriate time, provide safe spaces for your child to learn, study, and grow, and oversee recreational activities following the completion of their school work.

We are looking at running only 3 pods for the fall with a max of 5 pods if families request a special pod with family and friends, so space is limited as is done on a first come first serve bases.

We want to help our local families who are concerned about their child bringing the coronavirus into their homes. We recognize that every family structure and the risk of contracting the coronavirus could have devistating impacts on their families.

We hope that all the families signing their children and youth up for Unicorn Camp understand that we are creating a haven or “bubble” for like minded families who care about their loved ones and the possible long term effects of COVID-19 on individuals after they have recovered.

Slumber Falls Camp had a successful summer camping seasons with no incidents of COVID-19 outbreaks during camp or reported following camp. While we have some of the best health and safety practices and sanitation procedures – coupled with small camp sizes – it was our camp families that made a difference by their diligence and good practices to keep their families safe thus further reducing the risks of bringing illness into the camp environment.

Benefits of Unicorn Camp

  • Remote School supervision
  • Reduced risk of contracting COVID-19 and bringing it home to loved ones
  • High-Speed Internet – Fiber Optics
  • Small pod groups that remain constant for each session – we will keep groups together from session to session
  • Pods do not interact with other pods on the facility. They will each have their designated indoor space.
  • Create a Pod! – Parents can contact the office to create a pod with other families and friends of their camper.
  • Social interaction with other students for mental wellness
  • Balanced lunch meal prepared by our chef is included in fees
  • Supervised free time – Ex. basketball, volleyball, Gaga ball, arts and crafts, swimming, hiking, and personal hobbies.

Please note the following:

  • Every camper must be able to take care of themselves
  • We follow the same guidelines for masks as NBISD.
  • Our facilitators are their to help your child log-on at the appropriate times, ensure a good classroom environment, and enforce our policies and procedures.
  • Our facilitators are not hired as teachers or tutors.
  • We are here to provide families and students a piece of mind that their child will be well taken care of, have a unique learning experience with others, and foster a fun environment where students love going to school and have options for fun afterwards.
  • Student that are sick or have a temperature of 100.4 at drop-off will not be allowed to stay. Students can return following the recommended period in accordance to their illness.
  • If needed, we have a progressive discipline policy modeled after the school district that works with our students to understand the policy first to correct the problem. If the desired outcomes are not met, we meet with them again to figure out where the miscommunication occurred to insure that the student understands the expectations. If the same incident repeats a third time, the director of the program will meet with the student to understand the situation in hopes to restore balance and reintegrate the student back into the program. If the student continues to create a disruption to the program, a parent/guardian will be asked to pick them up for the day and a conversation will be held with the parent to find strategies for helping the student to better integrate with the community.

Unicorn Camp Hours 7:30 am – 5:00 pm

  • Camper drop off is between 7:30 am and 8:00 am
  • Campers will undergo a quick medical screening in their cars
  • Parents and campers will be required to wear masks during drop off
  • Pod leaders will also be in masks as they check campers in.
  • Campers must be picked up by 5:00 pm each day, $5 late fee for each five minute period following that pick-up window.
  • Campers can be picked up any time in the afternoon following 1 pm.
  • Parents will need to communicate changes in their typical pick-up schedule with the office. Only approved adults on the campers registration application will be allowed to pick-up the camper. Changes must be made through the online registration system. Phone calls and email are not accepted.

Camp Fees

  • Camps sessions are by 4 week session.
  • The cost is $1000 which breaks down to $250 per week with meals included.
  • Payments are due by the start of each session.
  • This cost registers your child for the space whether it is used or not. Other children may not use their space as to protect the integrity of the pods.
  • Questions regarding payments, schedules, etc., please call the Slumber Falls Camp Office.

What is Unicorn Camp

Unicorn Camp is designed for students to do their remote learning for school in small pod groups based on their school structure – elementary, middle school, and high school.

Each level will be divided into “pods” of no more than 10 students. These pods will not change during the session. Each pod is supervised by a facilitator that will help your child log onto their classes at the appropriate time, provide safe spaces for your child to learn, study, and grow, and oversee recreational activities following the completion of their school work.

We are looking at running only 3 pods for the fall with a max of 5 pods if families request a special pod with family and friends, so space is limited as is done on a first come first serve bases.

We want to help our local families who are concerned about their child bringing the coronavirus into their homes. We recognize that every family structure and the risk of contracting the coronavirus could have devistating impacts on their families.

We hope that all the families signing their children and youth up for Unicorn Camp understand that we are creating a haven or “bubble” for like minded families who care about their loved ones and the possible long term effects of COVID-19 on individuals after they have recovered.

Slumber Falls Camp had a successful summer camping seasons with no incidents of COVID-19 outbreaks during camp or reported following camp. While we have some of the best health and safety practices and sanitation procedures – coupled with small camp sizes – it was our camp families that made a difference by their diligence and good practices to keep their families safe thus further reducing the risks of bringing illness into the camp environment.

Benefits of Unicorn Camp

  • Remote School supervision
  • Reduced risk of contracting COVID-19 and bringing it home to loved ones
  • High-Speed Internet – Fiber Optics
  • Small pod groups that remain constant for each session – we will keep groups together from session to session
  • Pods do not interact with other pods on the facility. They will each have their designated indoor space.
  • Create a Pod! – Parents can contact the office to create a pod with other families and friends of their camper.
  • Social interaction with other students for mental wellness
  • Balanced lunch meal prepared by our chef is included in fees
  • Supervised free time – Ex. basketball, volleyball, Gaga ball, arts and crafts, swimming, hiking, and personal hobbies.

Please note the following:

  • Every camper must be able to take care of themselves
  • We follow the same guidelines for masks as NBISD.
  • Our facilitators are their to help your child log-on at the appropriate times, ensure a good classroom environment, and enforce our policies and procedures.
  • Our facilitators are not hired as teachers or tutors.
  • We are here to provide families and students a piece of mind that their child will be well taken care of, have a unique learning experience with others, and foster a fun environment where students love going to school and have options for fun afterwards.
  • Student that are sick or have a temperature of 100.4 at drop-off will not be allowed to stay. Students can return following the recommended period in accordance to their illness.
  • If needed, we have a progressive discipline policy modeled after the school district that works with our students to understand the policy first to correct the problem. If the desired outcomes are not met, we meet with them again to figure out where the miscommunication occurred to insure that the student understands the expectations. If the same incident repeats a third time, the director of the program will meet with the student to understand the situation in hopes to restore balance and reintegrate the student back into the program. If the student continues to create a disruption to the program, a parent/guardian will be asked to pick them up for the day and a conversation will be held with the parent to find strategies for helping the student to better integrate with the community.

Unicorn Camp Hours 7:30 am – 5:00 pm

  • Camper drop off is between 7:30 am and 8:00 am
  • Campers will undergo a quick medical screening in their cars
  • Parents and campers will be required to wear masks during drop off
  • Pod leaders will also be in masks as they check campers in.
  • Campers must be picked up by 5:00 pm each day, $5 late fee for each five minute period following that pick-up window.
  • Campers can be picked up any time in the afternoon following 1 pm.
  • Parents will need to communicate changes in their typical pick-up schedule with the office. Only approved adults on the campers registration application will be allowed to pick-up the camper. Changes must be made through the online registration system. Phone calls and email are not accepted.

Camp Fees

  • Camps sessions are by 4 week session.
  • The cost is $1000 which breaks down to $250 per week with meals included.
  • Payments are due by the start of each session.
  • This cost registers your child for the space whether it is used or not. Other children may not use their space as to protect the integrity of the pods.
  • Questions regarding payments, schedules, etc., please call the Slumber Falls Camp Office.

What is Unicorn Camp

Unicorn Camp is designed for students to do their remote learning for school in small pod groups based on their school structure – elementary, middle school, and high school.

Each level will be divided into “pods” of no more than 10 students. These pods will not change during the session. Each pod is supervised by a facilitator that will help your child log onto their classes at the appropriate time, provide safe spaces for your child to learn, study, and grow, and oversee recreational activities following the completion of their school work.

We are looking at running only 3 pods for the fall with a max of 5 pods if families request a special pod with family and friends, so space is limited as is done on a first come first serve bases.

We want to help our local families who are concerned about their child bringing the coronavirus into their homes. We recognize that every family structure and the risk of contracting the coronavirus could have devistating impacts on their families.

We hope that all the families signing their children and youth up for Unicorn Camp understand that we are creating a haven or “bubble” for like minded families who care about their loved ones and the possible long term effects of COVID-19 on individuals after they have recovered.

Slumber Falls Camp had a successful summer camping seasons with no incidents of COVID-19 outbreaks during camp or reported following camp. While we have some of the best health and safety practices and sanitation procedures – coupled with small camp sizes – it was our camp families that made a difference by their diligence and good practices to keep their families safe thus further reducing the risks of bringing illness into the camp environment.

Benefits of Unicorn Camp

  • Remote School supervision
  • Reduced risk of contracting COVID-19 and bringing it home to loved ones
  • High-Speed Internet – Fiber Optics
  • Small pod groups that remain constant for each session – we will keep groups together from session to session
  • Pods do not interact with other pods on the facility. They will each have their designated indoor space.
  • Create a Pod! – Parents can contact the office to create a pod with other families and friends of their camper.
  • Social interaction with other students for mental wellness
  • Balanced lunch meal prepared by our chef is included in fees
  • Supervised free time – Ex. basketball, volleyball, Gaga ball, arts and crafts, swimming, hiking, and personal hobbies.
  • Benefits of going to school mixed with many amenities from a summer camp.

Please note the following:

  • Every camper must be able to take care of themselves
  • We follow the same guidelines for masks as NBISD.
  • Our facilitators are their to help your child log-on at the appropriate times, ensure a good classroom environment, and enforce our policies and procedures.
  • Our facilitators are not hired as teachers or tutors.
  • We are here to provide families and students a piece of mind that their child will be well taken care of, have a unique learning experience with others, and foster a fun environment where students love going to school and have options for fun afterwards.
  • Student that are sick or have a temperature of 100.4 at drop-off will not be allowed to stay. Students can return following the recommended period in accordance to their illness.
  • If needed, we have a progressive discipline policy modeled after the school district that works with our students to understand the policy first to correct the problem. If the desired outcomes are not met, we meet with them again to figure out where the miscommunication occurred to insure that the student understands the expectations. If the same incident repeats a third time, the director of the program will meet with the student to understand the situation in hopes to restore balance and reintegrate the student back into the program. If the student continues to create a disruption to the program, a parent/guardian will be asked to pick them up for the day and a conversation will be held with the parent to find strategies for helping the student to better integrate with the community.

Unicorn Camp Hours 7:30 am – 5:00 pm

  • Camper drop off is between 7:30 am and 8:00 am
  • Campers will undergo a quick medical screening in their cars
  • Parents and campers will be required to wear masks during drop off
  • Pod leaders will also be in masks as they check campers in.
  • Campers must be picked up by 5:00 pm each day, $5 late fee for each five minute period following that pick-up window.
  • Campers can be picked up any time in the afternoon following 1 pm.
  • Parents will need to communicate changes in their typical pick-up schedule with the office. Only approved adults on the campers registration application will be allowed to pick-up the camper. Changes must be made through the online registration system. Phone calls and email are not accepted.

Camp Fees

  • Camps sessions are by the “9-week” sessions established by New Braunfels ISD.
  • The cost is calculated at $250 per week with meals included.
  • Payments are due by the start of each session. If you have a need for a payment schedule, please contact the SFC office.
  • This cost registers your child for the space whether it is used or not. Other children may not use their space as to protect the integrity of the pods.
  • Questions regarding payments, schedules, etc., please call the Slumber Falls Camp Office.

What is Unicorn Camp

Unicorn Camp is designed for students to do their remote learning for school in small pod groups based on their school structure – elementary, middle school, and high school.

Each level will be divided into “pods” of no more than 10 students. These pods will not change during the session. Each pod is supervised by a facilitator that will help your child log onto their classes at the appropriate time, provide safe spaces for your child to learn, study, and grow, and oversee recreational activities following the completion of their school work.

We are looking at running only 3 pods for the fall with a max of 5 pods if families request a special pod with family and friends, so space is limited as is done on a first come first serve bases.

We want to help our local families who are concerned about their child bringing the coronavirus into their homes. We recognize that every family structure and the risk of contracting the coronavirus could have devistating impacts on their families.

We hope that all the families signing their children and youth up for Unicorn Camp understand that we are creating a haven or “bubble” for like minded families who care about their loved ones and the possible long term effects of COVID-19 on individuals after they have recovered.

Slumber Falls Camp had a successful summer camping seasons with no incidents of COVID-19 outbreaks during camp or reported following camp. While we have some of the best health and safety practices and sanitation procedures – coupled with small camp sizes – it was our camp families that made a difference by their diligence and good practices to keep their families safe thus further reducing the risks of bringing illness into the camp environment.

Benefits of Unicorn Camp

  • Remote School supervision from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm
  • Reduced risks of contracting COVID-19 and bringing it home to loved ones and high risk individuals
  • High-Speed Internet – Fiber Optics
  • Small pod groups that remain constant for each session – we will keep groups as consistent as we can from session to session
  • Pods do not interact with other pods on the facility. They will each have their designated indoor space.
  • Create a Pod! – Parents can contact the office to create a pod with other families and friends of their camper.
  • Social interaction with other students for mental wellness
  • Balanced lunch meal prepared by our chef is included in fees
  • Supervised free time – Ex. basketball, volleyball, Gaga ball, arts and crafts, swimming, hiking, and personal hobbies.

Please note the following:

  • Every camper must be able to take care of themselves
  • We follow the same guidelines for masks as NBISD.
  • Our facilitators are their to help your child log-on at the appropriate times, ensure a good classroom environment, and enforce our policies and procedures.
  • Our facilitators are not hired as teachers or tutors.
  • We are here to provide families and students a piece of mind that their child will be well taken care of, have a unique learning experience with others, and foster a fun environment where students love going to school and have options for fun afterwards.
  • Student that are sick or have a temperature of 100.4 at drop-off will not be allowed to stay. Students can return following the recommended period in accordance to their illness.
  • If needed, we have a progressive discipline policy modeled after the school district that works with our students to understand the policy first to correct the problem. If the desired outcomes are not met, we meet with them again to figure out where the miscommunication occurred to insure that the student understands the expectations. If the same incident repeats a third time, the director of the program will meet with the student to understand the situation in hopes to restore balance and reintegrate the student back into the program. If the student continues to create a disruption to the program, a parent/guardian will be asked to pick them up for the day and a conversation will be held with the parent to find strategies for helping the student to better integrate with the community.

Unicorn Camp Hours 7:30 am – 5:00 pm

  • Camper drop off is between 7:30 am and 8:00 am
  • Campers will undergo a quick medical screening in their cars
  • Parents and campers will be required to wear masks during drop off
  • Pod leaders will also be in masks as they check campers in.
  • Campers must be picked up by 5:00 pm each day, $5 late fee for each five minute period following that pick-up window.
  • Campers may be picked up any time during the day. Campers with appointments during the day such as doctor, school, etc. will need to undergo a new screening before coming back during the same day. Parents should communicate special circumstances to Pod Leaders.
  • Parents will need to communicate changes in their typical pick-up schedule with the office. Only approved adults on the campers registration application will be allowed to pick-up the camper. Changes must be made through the online registration system. Phone calls and email are not accepted.

Sessions

  • August 24 – October 16
  • October 19 – December 18
  • January 4 – March 12
  • March 22 – May 27

Each Session has a pod for elementary, middle school, and high school with a possible 2 additional pods for pod creation or increased interests for a particular age group.

Camp Fees

  • Camps sessions are by the NBISD 9-week Grading Periods
  • The cost is $250 per week with meals included.
  • Payments are due by the start of each session or month of that session.
  • This cost registers your child for the space whether it is used or not. Other children may not use their space as to protect the integrity of the pods.
  • Questions regarding payments, schedules, etc., please call the Slumber Falls Camp Office.

FAQ

  1. Is Unicorn Camp a Christian Camp? Unicorn Camp is run by Slumber Falls Camp which is a Christian Camp. Some of our spaces do have Christian symbols and sayings. The students will benefit from a Christian environment of love and acceptance, but the campers will not engage in Christian activity from our staff members. Campers are free to be authentic.
  2. Can my child attend if they do not go to a New Braunfels ISD School? Yes
  3. Are there payment plans? Yes – Contact the office or set it up in Ultra Camp during registration
  4. What should my child bring with them to camp? They will need any school supplies and devices that allow them to fulfill their requirements for their coursework.
  5. Does the camp provide computers or tablets? At this time, we are not providing any. If this is a concern, please contact the camp office.
  6. How do I contact the pod leader if I have a question or need to update information on my camper? Contact the office and we can help you.

Registrations IS LIVE! Spaces are limited to 10 per Age Group/ learning pod.