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Cornchip Girl (real name Teresa Laverne LeMaize) is a sweet, nice and loving Swiss-American girl who attends Third Street School.


Cornchip Girl is short and slender. She has short brown hair with bangs that goes down slightly before her shoulders. She usually wears a white dress with a blue collar and skirt, along with black shoes.


Cornchip Girl is a very sweet and somewhat emotional seven-year-old girl. She is close friends with the Recess Gang, escpecially with Gus. In The Army-Navy Game, she kept her friendship with Gus a secret due to her dad being a rival of his dad in the military, but everything is worked out by the end of the episode. She originally started out as a background character in the show, but by season three, she became a more prominent character. Her nickname comes from her throwing cornchips behind King Bob whenever he goes by, and offering him some at his throne. She usually speaks in a quiet voice, and can be shy sometimes.


Starting from "The Army-Navy Game," she's been shown to hold a crush on Gus, which can be seen in various other episodes. She always appears to be closer to him than any other member of the group, which also shows this. It's semi-confirmed in the Japanese title for the episode, "Gus' Girlfriend."


  • In the first recording for "The Break In" (before the animation was done for the pilot), her name was "Frito Girl." Her name was changed due to legal reasons. In the second recording (used in the final version of the pilot and the episode itself), she wasn't refered to by name.
  • Her name wasn't revealed until "Stand Up Randall"--two seasons after her debut.
  • Her age and grade has been debated amongst fans. She appears with the kindergarteners in "One Stayed Clean," but an earlier scene in the episode shows her running away from them, making some to believe that the former scene was an error. She appears to be younger than the fourth grade students, and also never appeared in Miss Grotke's class or any group scenes with only fourth graders, confirming that she's not in their grade. Most fans place her in the first or second grade.
  • Because of her frequent inclusion within the Recess Gang in later episodes, she's considered by fans to be the gang's "unofficial seventh member."
  • She was born either 1990 or 1991.


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Recess | Recess: School's Out/Soundtrack | Recess: All Growed Down | Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade | Recess: Miracle on Third Street | Videography
T.J. Detweiler | Vince LaSalle | Ashley Spinelli | Mikey Blumberg | Gretchen Grundler | Gus Griswald | Captain Bradley | Cornchip Girl | The Kindergartners | The Diggers | Hustler Kid | Guru Kid | Earwin Lawson | Miss Grotke | Muriel Finster | Becky Detweiler | Dr. Phillium Benedict | Menlo | Brock | Peter Prickly | Kojak | Butch | Ashley Armbruster | Ashley Boulet | Ashley Quinlan | Ashley Tomossian | Fenwick | Brandon the Singer | Gelman | King Bob | Chucko | Jocko | Randall Weams | King Freddie II | Cheay | Spencer | The Megans | The Brittanys | The Tylers | Bob and Flo Spinelli | Secret Service Look-Alike Foot Soldiers
Season One: "The Break In" | "The New Kid" | "The Experiment" | "The Great Jungle Gym Standoff" | "Jinxed" | "Officer Mikey" | "First Name Ashley" | "To Finster with Love" | "King Gus" | "Big Brother Chad" | "My Fair Gretchen" | "Speedy, We Hardly Knew Ye" | "I Will Kick No More Forever" | "The Kid Came Back" | "The Pest" | "The Legend of Big Kid" | "The Box" | "The Trial" | "Teacher's Lounge" | "Randall's Reform" | "Rainy Days" | "The Great Can Drive" | "The Voice" | "Kids in the Mist" | "Parents' Night" | "Swing on Thru to the Other Side"

Season Two: "The Break-up" | "The Hypnotist" | "Mama's Girl" | "Outcast Ashley" | "The Game" | "The Lost Ball" | "Gus' Last Stand" | "Operation Field Trip" | "The Challenge" | "Wild Child" | "The Substitute" | "Gretchen and the Secret of Yo" | "The Girl Was Trouble" | "Copycat Kid" | "Operation Stuart" | "Pharaoh Bob" | "The Story of Whomps" | "Weekend at Muriel's" | "Economics of Recess" | "Omega Kids" | "Yes, Mikey, Santa Does Shave" | "Bad Hair Day" | "Dance Lessons" | "Principal for a Day" | "The Beauty Contest"
Season Three: "One Stayed Clean" | "A Genius Among Us" | "The First Picture Show" | "The Big Prank" | "Hustler's Apprentice" | "The Spy Who Came in from the Playground" | "Dodgeball City" | "A Career to Remember" | "Gus' Fortune" | "Rumor Mill" | "Recess is Canceled" | "Tattletale Heart" | "Kindergarten Derby" | "The Bet" | "The Madness of King Bob" | "Call Me Guy" | "Space Cadet" | "Stand Up Randall" | "Prickly is Leaving" | "Randall's Friends" | "Gus and Misdemeanors" | "A Science Fair to Remember" | "That Stinking Feeling" | "My Funny Valentines" | "Mikey's Pants" | "Here Comes Mr. Perfect" | "Good Luck Charm" | "Diggers Split Up" | "Schoolworld" | "Bachelor Gus" | "The Dude" | "Partners in Crime" | "The Candidates" | "This Brain for Hire" | "The Barnaby Boys" | "Buried Treasure" | "The Library Kid" | "The Ratings Game" | "Spinelli's Masterpiece" | "Nobody Doesn't Like T.J." | "A Great State Fair" | "The A.V. Kid" | "Yope from Norway" | "Bonky Fever" | "Don't Ask Me" | "The Secret Life of Grotke" | "The Fuss Over Finster" | "Soccer Kid" | "Fort Tender" | "Germ Warfare" | "More Like Gretchen" | "Prince Randall" | "Me No Know" | "Good Ole T.J." | "Chez Vince" | "Tucked in Mikey" | "Old Folks Home" | "Some Friend"
Season Four: "The Coolest Heatwave Ever" | "No Strings Attached" | "Beyond a Reasonable Scout" | "The C Note" | "The Army Navy Game" | "Big Ol' Mikey" | "The Principals of Golf" | "All the Principal's Men" | "Lawson and his Crew"
Season Five: "Terrifying Tales of Recess" | "Kurst the Not So Bad" | "League of Randalls" | "Mundy, Mundy" | "Lost Leader"

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