Social Sciences Instructor
BS Social Studies - Juniata College
MS Education - Wilkes University
Katherine Zucco joined the MMI family in 2008 as the history teacher for seventh, tenth,eleventh, and twelfth grade students. She has served as the Department Chair since 2015, and she teaches courses in Ancient Civilizations, World History, Advanced Placement European History, and Modern American History. She also advises students interested in developing business-professional skills in the MMI Future Business Leaders of America Club, and serves on the Pennsylvania FBLA State Executive Committee.
"My goal is to create thought-provoking and meaningful lessons about history, and to find "teachable-moments" to guide students in making wise decisions in their own lives. I imagine myself as a compass, navigating my students to discover their own passion for life-long learning, and I do that by facilitating the exchange of ideas as we journey into the past together.”
Mrs. Zucco earned a Bachelor of Science in Social Studies & Secondary Education from Juniata College, in Pennsylvania. She completed her Masters of Education, with a focus on Teaching and Instruction in the 21st Cenury from Wilkes University. Mrs. Zucco has earned Awards of Excellence at the Global Education Symposium and the AP Summer Institute at Cabrini University. She has earned a Clinical Educator Professinal Teacher Certification, and has presented several workshops at the Pennsylvania Association of Independent Schools (PAIS) Biennial Conference, as well as at the Pennsylvania FBLA State Leadership Conference. Mrs. Zucco is a member of the Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society and the Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society.
Mrs. Zucco resides in Drums with her husband, Antonio, their son Dominic, and their dog, Turbo. In her spare time, she enjoys reading historical literature, traveling the country, running, gardening, playing Scrabble, and spending time with her family and friends.