If you appreciate everything your child’s coach has done for them, then what better way to let them know than a personalized note.
It doesn’t have to be much more than a couple of paragraphs, and it’ll make a huge impact on them, to know their hard work is appreciated.
Here are 30 examples of a thank you note to a coach from parents you can use!
30 Examples of A Thank You Note to Coach From Parents
- We would like to take this opportunity to say a big thank you for everything you have done for our son/daughter this season. Your dedication, passion, and commitment have meant so much to them, and they have really benefited from your coaching.
- Thank you for taking the time to work with our son/daughter and help them develop their skills. We have seen a real improvement in their game since you started coaching them, and they really enjoy being part of your team.
- Thank you for always being so supportive and positive, it really makes a difference to the way our son/daughter plays, you’re an awesome coach.
- Thank you for being a great role model to our son/daughter, they really look up to you and appreciate everything you do for them, coach.
- Thank you for always being fair and consistent in your coaching, it is very much appreciated and we’ve seen our son/daughter develop as a result.
- Thank you for going above and beyond what is expected of a coach, your extra time and effort are much appreciated and we are excited to see how far our son/daughter can go.
- Thank you for being patient with our son/daughter, they are very grateful for your help and are improving all the time.
- Thank you for believing in our son/daughter and helping them to develop their confidence as well as their skills.
- Thank you for being such an amazing coach, we feel so lucky that our son/daughter has you as their coach.
- Just want to send a note and say thank you for everything, coach. We are truly grateful.
- From all the parents on the team, we would like to say a big thank you for all your hard work and dedication this season.
- Thank you for being such an amazing coach to our children, we are very lucky to have you and it shows how much you enjoy your work.
- We understand that in sports, you win some and you lose some. We just wanted to say that we’ve already won by having you as our child’s coach, er appreciate everything you do!
- On behalf of all the parents, we would like to say a big thank you for coaching our children this season. We’ve had a terrific year and look forward to the next.
- Thank you for your time, patience, and dedication – we really appreciate it. Our kids have had an amazing time and we can’t wait to see what next season brings!
- Thank you so much for coaching our son/daughter this season. It has been a pleasure to watch them grow and develop under your guidance.
- We are very grateful for everything you have done with our son/daughter this year. They’ve improved immensely, and most importantly had a lot of fun!
- Thank you for being an amazing coach and mentor to our son/daughter. You have really helped them to grow and develop as a player, your impact will stay with them as they progress further.
- Thank you for all your hard work and dedication to the team this season. It has been a pleasure to watch the children grow and develop under your guidance.
- It has been an honor and a privilege to have you as our child’s coach. Thank you for everything you’ve done for them, we are truly grateful.
- You taught our child the value in both winning and losing, along with other valuable life lessons. Thanks for being a great coach, and more than just a coach.
- As a coach you carry yourself with professionalism and authority, all of the kids look up to you and we couldn’t be any happier with how you’ve coached our son/daughter, thanks.
- Our child loved having you as their coach this season. We saw them grow as they learned to be more disciplined, we can’t thank you enough for all that you’ve done.
- I’ve stood back and watched you encourage and motivate my child to be their best self, and now I’d like to thank you. You’ve not just helped them become a better athlete, you’ve helped them grow as a person. thanks.
- Thank you for consistently being a positive force in my child’s life. They’ve really benefited from having a positive role model like you in their life and we can’t thank you enough.
- We just wanted to let you know that your hard work and dedication to coaching the kids has not gone unnoticed. You’re making a positive impact on many kids’ lives, ours included, and we can’t thank you enough.
- Thank you, coach, I think we speak on behalf of all the parents when we say thanks for the awesome job you did last season, here’s to the next one!
- Thank you for believing in our son/daughter and helping them to develop their confidence as well as their skills. You’ve played a pivotal role in their development, from appreciative parents.
- We feel so blessed that our son/daughter has you as their coach. We just wanted to write a short note and say thank you very much for all your hard work.
- Coach, you’re doing an excellent job – and the results show it. We want to say thanks for being a great coach, a mentor to our kids, and such a selfless and valuable person in their lives.
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Should You Send Your Child’s Coach a Thank You Note?
As parents, we are always looking for ways to show our appreciation to the people who have a positive impact in our children’s lives.
A coach can play a crucial role in a child’s development as they help teach humility, sportsmanship, and dedication, among other important skills.
If your child’s coach is doing an awesome job, one way you can show your appreciation is by sending them a thank you note.
It only takes a few minutes, and you’ll make their day. In fact, more than just their day, it’ll stay with them forever.
How Do You Write a Thank You Note to A College Coach?
I wrote 30 examples above you can use. Just tweak details to suit your coach and exact situation.
If you want to write a note yourself, a few key things to remember are:
- be sincere
- keep it short and sweet
- mention a specific impact they made
- say thank you more than once
- use positive language throughout
- close on a high note
At the end of the day, the most important thing is that you send a note, not exactly how it’s worded.
So, if you’re stuck, just use one of the examples above and go from there.
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