Originally, Cecil looked like a gray mouse with grayish blue eyes wearing an orange vest, blue pants held up by a brown strap, and brown shoes.
In later appearances, Cecil has brown fur.
Personality and Characteristics
Cecil is friendly, smart, and responsible. In JumpStart Preschool: Who Left the Juice in the Caboose?, he states that Responsibility is his middle name.
Cecil lives in the schoolhouse. Unlike the other characters, he is an adult. He is not stated to be a teacher, and he refers to the other characters as his friends, instead of students. However, he does seem to have a guardian-like role, as the other characters sometimes ask him for help, or he gives them advice.
Cecil appears in the Shipwreck Rhymes activity.
Cecil appears in several video clips taken from JumpStart Preschool: Who Left the Juice in the Caboose?.
Cecil briefly appears in one of the cutscenes in the Frankie's Paint-Along Songs activity.
JumpStart Preschool: Who Left the Juice in the Caboose?
Cecil is one of the main characters in JumpStart Preschool: Who Left the Juice in the Caboose?. He is one of Eleanor's suspects for who spilled the juice in the caboose of the JumpStart train. Like in JumpStart Preschool (1999), Cecil lives in a mouse hole in the schoolhouse.
Cecil appears in several song sequences throughout the video. In the ABC song, he appears on the moon, wearing a space helmet, where he bites into a piece of moon rock only to spit it out and find out the moon is not made of cheese like he hoped, much to his disgust. He then sneezes, which sends him spiraling off into space. He also makes a brief appearance in the Letter P song, where he pops out of a pumpkin.
Towards the end of the video, it is revealed that Cecil was the one who spilled his juice, but he had no intention of leaving it there, as he was going to clean it up because he was responsible. He then says that's why responsibility is his middle name, revealing his full name to be Cecil Responsibility Mouse.
Cecil makes a brief appearance at the JumpStart Train Station.
- "I love living in this schoolhouse!" - from JumpStart Preschool (1999)
- "I've lived here for years. In fact, they tried to get me to move when they built the schoolhouse. I stayed right here, and they had to build it around me!" - from JumpStart Preschool (1999)