Cindy is a Kindergartener at Third Street School. She has long, blonde hair, wears a turquoise dress and hairband, and has a severed dolly's head as a necklace. She is a good runner, has a smiley-disposition, and has a tendency to get distracted. She is a recurring character in the Recess series, making appearances few and far between. Moreover, she makes two major appearances in the series: the first in the episode "Wild Child" and the last in the episode "Kindergartener Derby." She, collectively with the rest of the Kindergartners, has formed the backdrop for much of the playground-driven story-lines. The Kindergartners repeat throughout the series and movie. In the former episode, she is shown to be kind and that she appreciates flowers - until her mentor Spinelli, teaches her to arm-wrestle and be tough. In the latter episode, the gang (excluding Mikey) select her as their entry into the Derby. She is very quick and is a top contender in it - until she's distracted, that is.
Father: Unknown father
Mother: Unknown father
Friends: Captain Sticky, Hector, Tubby, Gilbert, Emma, Jake, Spencer, Zedd, the Brittanys, Big Kids (especially TJ Detweiler, Vince LaSSao, Ashley Spinelli, Gretchen Grundler, Mikey Blumberg, Gus Griswald, Randall Weems, Menlo, the Ashleys, Scribe Kid, Jordan and Jerome, King Bob and other good Third Street School students) (sometimes), Miss Finster, Principal Prickly, Miss Grotke and Mrs Klemperer
Enemies: Big Kids (especially TJ Detweiler, Vince LaSSao, Ashley Spinelli, Gretchen Grundler, Mikey Blumberg, Gus Griswald, Randall Weems, Menlo, Miss Finster, Principal Prickly, Miss Grotke, the Ashleys, Scribe Kid, Jordan and Jerome, King Bob and other good Third Street School students) (sometimes), Earwin Lawson, Gelman, Conrad Mundy, Greg Skeens, Sue Bob Murphy, Lazy Kid, Chucko Kowalski, Jocko, Buster, Cheay, Koreo and Kurst the Worst
Likes: Arm-wrestling, flowers, being tough like Spinelli and chasing after Big Kids
Dislikes: Being outrun and escaped by Big Kids, troublemakers causing trouble (mainly Lawson) and being framed by troublemakers
In the episode "Mundy, Mundy," she was saved from a rogue ball by Mundy. This lead to him becoming quite popular, much to his chagrin, however.