New Tutoring and Education Center for Texarkana


The folks at Healthcare Express has partnered with Klondike Academy for a new Tutoring and Educational Center in Texarkana. 

Press Release:

Every parent wants their child to be successful in everything they do, whether that be in school or in a fun extracurricular activity. HealthCARE Express does too. That’s why they partnered with Klondike Academy to create the HealthCARE Express Education Center to provide children with access to the arts, science, and learning in a fun and safe environment.

No matter what a child may be struggling in at school, the HealthCARE Express Education Center will have classes for them.

Students working or aiming to be at a third-grade level can attend classes with Mrs. Laronda Bailey, a professor from Texarkana College. She will be teaching Grammar and Punctuation on Tuesdays from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm.

Wednesdays will bring Reading Comprehension from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm. On Thursdays, children can learn how to bring some fun into writing by taking Mrs. Bailey’s creative writing class from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

Children struggling in math can attend tutoring sessions with Kayla Hill-Washington Monday through Friday from 4:30 to 5:30. Monday tutoring focuses on multi-step word problems. Tuesday will focus on multiple digit addition and subtraction. Thursday will help children from 3rd to 5th begin preparations for the math portion of the STAAR test, and Friday will help children master multiplication.

Kids with a creative streak will love art classes with Carli Hemperley, one of Texarkana’s local artists, on Fridays from 3:45 to 4:45 pm. Little tykes that like to boogie are in luck since we will also be offering dance classes taught by Patti Smith for toddlers from 10:00-11:00 am on Tuesdays.

Children attending Klondike Academy get a discounted fee for attendance at $25 a class, but the public can attend any of these classes, too, at just $35 a class.

Call Tiffany Griggs at 903-650-9869 Ext. 8005 for more information!


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