Uniform Policy

Garfield Middle School LogoDRESS CODE:
STUDENTS AT THE GARFIELD MIDDLE SCHOOL MUST ADHERE TO THE SCHOOL’S UNIFORM POLICY SEEN BELOW. IN ALL RPS SCHOOLS STUDENTS MUST TOO DRESS APPROPRIATELY. 

Uniform Tops:

Green Checkmark Black, white, or hunter green NON-LOGO or GMS LOGO polo
         shirt, sweatshirt, sweater, or long-sleeve polo.

Examples of GMS Uniform Tops

Red Cross Any top with a LOGO other than the Garfield Middle School
         Logo or a design/stripes/pattern are NOT PERMITTED.

Red Cross T-shirts are not NOT PERMITTED.

Uniform Bottoms:

Green Checkmark Black or Khaki pants, shorts, or skirt.

Examples of GMS Uniform Pants

Green Checkmark Black, white, or hunter green sweatpants.
           ***Sweatpants with NON-LOGO or GMS LOGO only***

Red Cross Leggings are NOT PERMITTED.

Shoes:

   Pile of Sneakers

Green Checkmark Any shoe of one's choosing are allowed 

Red Cross EXCEPT for SLIDES, SANDALS, & SLIPPERS

Accessories:

Red Cross Hats, scarves and bandanas are NOT PERMITTED.

    ***Scarves CAN BE WORN for RELIGIOUS purposes ONLY.***


To ORDER GMSGMS Logo Uniform Items, please CLICK ON the Order Form Below to PRINT.
*Forms can also be found in the Main Office*

GMS Uniform Order Form

Please SUBMIT the Completed Order Form and Form of Payment (Cash or Check) to the GMS Main Office.


Additional RPS Schools' Dress Code Policies:

The following are Red Cross NOT considered appropriate dress within ALL RPS schools:

  1. All pants, shorts, and skirts worn below waist level and/or which allow undergarments to be visible at any time 

  2. Pajamas or sleepwear, slippers
  3. Undergarments worn as outer garments 

  4. Athletic and workout clothes worn unnecessarily outside of the gym/field house, including spandex, 
Lycra, and yoga pants (leggings)
  5. Jackets or other outdoor wear, including gloves, as indoor dress 

  6. Headgear of any sort, including hats, sweatbands, bandanas, kerchiefs, hoods, headphones/radios, etc. 

  7. Shirts with obscene, distracting or inappropriate symbols, language, or affiliation as determined by the 
Administration. 

  8. Bare-midriff shirts, strapless shirts, low-cut blouses, backless dresses, tank tops, and other shirts 
deemed by the administration to be too revealing 

  9. Mini-skirts, bikini shorts, short-shorts
  10. Any garment or ornament determined or perceived by an administrator to be gang-related in nature 

  11. Footwear that can be considered a safety hazard to the student or students in general (e.g. flip flops, slides) 

  12. Shoes/sneakers that have laces that are neither tied nor tucked in. 


  • Articles of clothing that cause excessive maintenance problems, such as cleats on boots, shoes that 
scratch floors, and trousers with metal rivets that scratch furniture.
  • 
No student shall wear headgear of any sort in the school building except for religious purposes, as directed by school personnel for safety purposes, for special events or activities or where permission is given by the appropriate administrator.
  • The administrator reserves the right to confiscate all headgear for the remainder of the school year.
  • The school reserves the right to send students home when their manner of dress is deemed a distracting influence or a danger to health and safety of others or to themselves.
  • Detention and/or suspension will be assigned for repeated offenses. In order for their child to remain in school and attend classes, a parent/guardian will be contacted so that they can bring an appropriate change of dress for the student.
  • Final judgment on the appropriateness of a student's attire belongs to the school administration.