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Jeanne´s Daycare is located at 8646 Olin Street in West Los Angeles, between both Cattauragus and La Cienega Boulevard, and Venice Boulevard and Corning Street. Jeanne´s Daycare has over 20 years of experience caring for children. Our services now include Licensed Family Day Care, Child Care, Preschool, Toddler Programs, Infant Care, Baby Care, Before & After School Programs and Accredited Day Care.


School / Office Address: Olin Street
Los Angeles
California
USA
Email: Contact Us

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Directions / Instructions:

Conveniently situated close to the 10 (Santa Monica) Freeway, exit at La Cienega Boulevard South, go right on Venice Boulevard and make a right at the first light which is Cattauragus. Take another right turn at the first street which is Corning Street, and right at the first stop sign which is Olin Street. We are in the big white house (with lots of flowers) on the right side of the street. Parents may pull into the driveway for dropping off and pick-up of children.

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Courses / Programs
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Parent Testimonial:

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Courses / Programs
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Courses / Programs
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Courses / Programs
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Courses / Programs
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