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PHONE: (503) 284-9119

5523 Northeast 27th Avenue

Portland, OR 97211

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Posted August 27, 2013

Ms.dd changed my life in the best way.she loves my kids for 8hr day and always has time to listen to my problems are blessings for that oldest child is in school and his test scores were the highest in his class..I teacher said this must be a smiling faces kids!
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Posted April 21, 2011

My two children went to Smiling Faces Daycare when they from ages 3-5 on seperate occasions. My husband and I were very pleased with Ms. Dee and Ms. Betty and how well they cared for and taught our children. By the time our children went onto kindergarden they knew how read and were able to adjust to regular school without problems. Smiling Faces provided a safe, clean and learning environment for our children that was affordable for working parents. Our experiences were good and it gave our children a good foundation before entering school.
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Posted July 7, 2010

Smiling Faces, and the folks in charge (Ms. DeeDee, among others) take the most excellent care of these children and provide loving, culturally specific and morally upstanding guidance for your children. My two kids love this place!!!!!
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