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.
Mike Harris (1964)
Gail Holly Estes (Shafii) (1969)
She loved her work and her students and was fair to all.
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.
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!
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.
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
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.