• Ms. Katherine Nute

    Lehman Intermediate School &

    East Stroudsburg High School North

    Gifted Instruction grades 6-12


    Email: katherine-nute@esasd.net

    Phone: 570-588-4420 x 18438

    Address: 279 Timberwolf Dr., Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328

    Education: EAST STROUDSBURG UNIVERSITY, East Stroudsburg, PA

    M.A. History with Thesis, degree to be conferred in Sept 2021


    M.Ed., Summa Cum Laude (3.9), Sept 2006

    Major: Education, Teaching Adolescent Students with Disabilities


    B.A., Summa Cum Laude (3.91), May 2000

    Majors: International Relations and Russian Studies

    Spring semester 1999, International Institute for Training and Information through SIT

            (Transliterated Russian Acronym: MIPKI), St. Petersburg, Russia       


     Ms. Nute is currently providing gifted instruction for students attending Lehman Intermediate School and High School North.  She started her teaching career in New York City as a New York City Teaching Fellow with Cohort 8 in 2004 where she taught special education students in Brooklyn, New York.  After obtaining her Masters's Degree in Teaching Urban Adolescents with Disabilities K-12, she moved to Pennsylvania and taught for two years at Shawnee Academy’s The Beacon School, which was an alternative school for at-risk students in the Pocono Mountains.  Ms. Nute was awarded the ETS Recognition of Excellence for her score on the Social Studies Content Exam.  She was hired by East Stroudsburg Area School District in 2008, where she taught our high school special education students in multiple subject areas in self-contained and co-taught general education classrooms.  This is Ms. Nute’s fourth year teaching gifted students at ESASD.  Ms. Nute is involved in the Stroudsburg Lions Club, where she is currently serving as Zone Chairperson for Lions District 14-U and has advised the Key (Young Kiwanis) and Leo (Young Lions) Volunteer Service Club for more than ten years.  During her academic career, Ms. Nute has written several papers specializing in humanities research which she has presented at various university conferences, including Harvard and Plymouth State.  Her most recent graduate thesis which she is scheduled to finish and defend this September is about Lenape influence on German American Folk Medicine.  She enjoys reading, teaching, traveling, and learning information in all subject areas, but especially loves exposing her students to new, unique, and memorable learning experiences!