Note: This poll ended on 23rd October 2019.

Poll: Who do you think should be crowned 'South Burnett's Best Teacher'?

Miss Sarah Sullivan from Wheatlands State School

4%

Mrs Sharon Haim from Nanango State School

0%

Sim Newitt from Blackbutt State School

10%

Mrs Hicks from St Johns

4%

Sue Dowideit-Reiger from Kingaroy State High School

2%

Mrs Daniels from Kingaroy State School

0%

Kathryn Mawhinney from Goomeri State School

2%

Mrs Kirsty Piper from St Patrick's Catholic Primary School Nanango

0%

Mrs Julie Woolf from St John's Lutheran school

0%

Ms Sweeney from Kingaroy State School

0%

Miss Scott from Taabinga State School

2%

Mrs Broadbent from Kingaroy State School

0%

Miss Kimberly Jones from Blackbutt State School

0%

Courtney Dyson from Murgon State School

8%

Mrs McCarthy from Saint Mary's

27%

Mr John Bunyoung from Kingaroy State High School

2%

Mr Johnson from Coolabunia State School

0%

Mrs Norris from St Johns Lutheran School

0%

Miss Lilly-Howe from Moffatdale State School

0%

Mrs Lynda Ferguson from Kumbia State School

0%

Mrs Simona Brebner from Goomeri State School

2%

Principal Mr Roediger from Kingaroy State High School

0%

Dr Morag Stone from St John's Lutheran School

0%

Miss Corrigan from Taabinga State School

0%

Mr Moseling from St John's Lutheran School

2%

Mr Sargeant from Taabinga State School

2%

Mr Nelson from Wheatlands State School

0%

Miss Miller from Kingaroy State School

4%

Miss Cush from Kingaroy State High School

2%

Mr Wicks from Kingaroy State High School

4%

Sharon Newman from Taabinga State School

2%

Miss Hayley Duff from St Joseph's Murgon

6%

Miss Jane Mason from Wooroolin State School

0%

Ashley Dalton from St John's

10%

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