Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Tami Bromley
This is my 11th year teaching at Pathways, and my 15th as an educator in West Ada School District. My history with Art goes back much farther to the tender age of three, drawing with markers on my parent's walls. I have pursued creative expression throughout my life. I studied Art, Architecture and Interior Design at the University of Colorado, and the Colorado Institute of Art during the 1980s. With a family background active in live theater, I have also experienced theater from a young age as well. I relish the challenges of creative stage craft and costuming. When my three children were in school, I was highly active as an art teacher, classroom volunteer, and Odyssey of the Mind coach. These creative pursuits, a love of young people, and a passion for Public Education is what led me to my profesisson of teaching.
At the turn of the century, I attended BSU to add an education degree to my art credential. A love of the natural sciences, academic excellence, and strong civic involvement as a Meridian School District Trustee led me to receive BSU's Top Ten Scholar Award in 2002. I admire the scientific and artistic genius of Renaissance artists and encourage our students to become Renaissance People themselves.
My passion for my students is kindred with my beloved Arabian horses I ride and train. I find the horses and the students share many common attributes , and find them to be highly appreciated and valued. The horses and students often teach me how to best help the other. I love sharing my passion for learning, my love of the arts, and respect for the sciences to inspire our students to be all they can be. Teaching Art, Drama, and Eighth Grade Health along with Study Skills is always fun and an exciting challenge that I whole-heartedly embrace.