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In Memory Of Our Poets

Miss Susie C. Green (Science And Biology 1933 -1969)

July 8, 1907 - June 6, 1999


Miss Green was in the Lanier Class of 1924.


"What's a calory?"

~ Miss Susie Green ~


Quotation from the 1941 Oracle


Miss Green is the fifth teacher from the left.


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04/09/12 08:08 AM #1    

Mike Harris (1964)


07/11/13 08:50 AM #2    

Gail Holly Estes (Shafii) (1969)

She loved her work and her students and was fair to all.

07/21/13 07:49 PM #3    

Bob Sanders (1963)

Miss Green was my 10th grade homeroom teacher and Biology teacher. She was a fabulous teacher and very helpful getting us 10th graders familiar with Lanier. She helped us feel at home at Lanier right away. It was a wonderful experience being in her class. It was no secret that she loved her students and Biology.

05/23/14 06:07 PM #4    

Wilsie Leland Thompson (Hayes) (1944-2015) (1962)

My dear Aunt Susie was the best teacher I ever had. I think of her every day and sure do miss her, still!

09/03/14 09:33 AM #5    

Betsy Shelburne (1965)

 I will never forget her... best teacher.  She loved science and imparted that joy to us.  Honestly, I don't remember the names of any other of my teachers.

04/22/17 07:30 PM #6    

Ronnie Porter (1967)

Miss Green was responsible for my becoming a physician. She took an interest in me that few other teachers ever did. I kept up with her until her death. She knew her importance in my life. All my thanks, Miss Green

04/30/21 05:36 PM #7    

Roman Lee Weil, Jr. (1958)

Like most of my decade's students, Miss Green taught us 10th grade biology.  I recall one lesson she taught use pimply-embarrassed 15- and 16-year olds.   "Wash your faces every day with soap and water.  Use your hands.  Do NOT use a wash cloth, which will abraid your skin and make things worse."  She had no advice on masterburbation in 1955.



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