Tammy Schondelmayer is the Director of Athletics and District Coordinator of Physical Education and Health for the Bloomfield Public Schools in Bloomfield CT. She has been an athletic director for 21 years, all of which have been in Bloomfield. Under Tammy’s leadership, the athletics program at Bloomfield HS has amassed 64 state championships and 25 sportsmanship awards, of which she is the most proud.
Tammy graduated from Eastern Connecticut State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education and a minor in Athletic Coaching. While at Eastern, Tammy was a 4 year starter at short stop on the nationally ranked softball team that won a national title in her freshman year. She earned honors as the Outstanding Physical Education Major, the Female Scholar-Athlete Award and was named to the All- New England and All-Northeast Region softball teams. In 2009, Tammy was inducted in the ECSU E-Club Hall of Fame.
Tammy has a Master’s of Science in School Health from Southern Connecticut State University, a 6th year degree from American International College in Educational Leadership, and holds a 092 certification in intermediate administration.
Tammy currently serves on several state, national and conference boards and committees to include:
CIAC State Indoor Track Committee
CIAC Charter member of State Sportsmanship Committee
National Organization of Minority Athletic Directors (NOMAD)
- Board Member
- Activity Committee Chair
Global Community of Women in High School Sports (GCWHSS)
- Executive Board Member
CCC Coaching Education Program
- Committee Chair
CCC Realignment Committee
CCC Racial Justice and Equity Committee
CCC Scheduling Committee
AD Liaison for CCC boys and girls XC program
CAAD Board of Control Member District 1 Representative
- Sportsmanship committee
- Professional Development committee
Tammy spends her summers and free time playing recreational softball, travelling and seeing the country in her RV with family and friends, and spending time with her dog Toby.