36 + Teacher Appreciation Messages From Parents

Visit:1385   Updated: 2022/11/27

1.I couldn’t have picked out a better teacher for my kids if I tried. Thanks!

2.For the world, you are one person, but for our children, you are the world! Thank you, teacher.

3.Your encouragement and support make my little one certain they can do anything. Thank you!

4.We have met many teachers of our child and, truly, you are outstanding. Thank you for being special, especially to our child.

5.We, parents, may be accountants, scientists, doctors, and engineers – but nothing helps shape the future more than teachers. Thank you for helping us raise the next generation of heroes.

6.Having you there guiding my kid as they take their next big step is invaluable. Thank you!

7.The school may have found a teacher in you, but our child found a hero. Thank you!

8.With your guidance, my child feels confident that they can realize all their dreams. Thank you!

9.Your encouragement is exactly what our kids need to realize their full potential. Thank you!

10.Dear parents, thank you for your unrelenting support of us. We have been able to go this far only because you were cooperative and supportive. We thank you.

11.My toddler adores Disney princesses. Yet her love of Ariel can’t even begin to compare to the adoration she has for you. You are the most magical person in her life. Thank you!

12.Covid works hard, but you work harder. Thank you for doing everything in your power to make learning possible during lockdown!

13.What we have been able to achieve thus far as an educational body cannot and wouldnt have happened without your support. We thank you and wish you well in all your endeavors.

14.Not all heroes wear capes. Some wear simple shirts and carry around books. Thank you for caring for our child when they’re at their most tender age.

15.School may be online now, but a computer can never replace a good, hardworking teacher! Thanks for being one!

16.Being well-informed and sensible is more important than ever. Thank you for keeping our kids up-to-date on all the facts during this time of fear and misinformation.

17.The impact you’ve had on our little one cannot be put into words. Thank you!

18.Your wisdom and outlook inspire our little one each day! Thank you for everything you do!

19.Quarantine has made learning difficult. But you didn’t let that get in the way of your teaching. Therefore, I would like to thank you for helping my child to explore new ways of doing things!

20.The saying goes that it takes a village to raise a child. The fact you help raise a classroom full of toddlers is nothing short of a miracle. Thank you!

21.Covid has made everyone’s job hard. Yet seeing how well you’re doing yours, you’d think nothing was wrong. Thank you for helping our kids stay on top of their goals amidst a global crisis.

22.Short but sweet — While a longer note may be appropriate for a close family friend or relative, it may be too forward for a teacher. Therefore, when writing it, make sure to keep it short, anywhere between two to three paragraphs.

23.Sugar, spice, and everything nice — this isn’t just the recipe to create the perfect little girl. It’s also the recipe for the most magical teacher! Thank you for being the guiding light and always being nice to our child!

24.The pandemic is far from over. However, that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t celebrate. And I would like to start by celebrating you as the person who has given their all to make my kid have as normal a school year as possible. Thank you!

25.Dear Teacher, my partner and I realize that teaching is a often a thankless job, and we see how you pour your heart and soul into daily lessons. Your passion for your students is inspiring to us as parents. Dont think that because you dont hear the words thank you every day, that we are not grateful for you.

26.Stay on topic — Let’s make something clear: this note is to comment on how good of a job your kid’s teacher is doing. Therefore, it should focus on the teacher and their work, not how your child is doing. It’s okay to mention your child’s accomplishments in there, as well, but make sure to do so in a way that harkens back to the teacher’s own work.

27.Small children can be a hassle. The fact you’re able to handle so many of them and do it so beautifully is something to behold! You truly are the unsung hero of our world. Thank you for all your hard work!

28.The pandemic has impacted our lives in more ways than one. Though we are struggling, it’s comforting to know that our child still has such an incredible teacher to support them during these trying times. Thank you!

29.This situation has made us worry now more than ever about our kid’s mental health. And we know how reluctant they may be to discuss their problems with us. However, what keeps our worries at bay is realizing that our child can always get advice and guidance from the best source possible – a teacher like YOU. Thank you!

30.Our dear parents, we cant but appreciate you for your belief in us and support of our vision and mission regarding the education of your children. We really appreciate this and will fulfill your expectations by Gods grace.

31.Dear Gregory, thank you for being such a fantastic teacher. Lionel had a terrific experience in your class and from what I could observe when I volunteered on Fridays, I can see why. You have such enthusiasm and patience with the kids. I dont know how youre able to keep it up! Hope you have a great summer!

32.With students like yours , being a teacher cannot be easy. Teaching is certainly a Calling, and requires a lot of hard work and sacrifice. You doubtless stay awake at night worrying about the students in your class at the expense of your personal time. We thank you sincerely for caring so much.

33.Keep it professional — It’s absolutely possible to write a friendly, sincere note that is also professional. As mentioned, you aren’t looking to get preferential treatment for your child. That is why you should maintain a distance, even if you’re friends with their teacher. That doesn’t mean you can’t throw in a casual joke in there. Just make sure your note clearly reflects your intentions.

34.Although you are not their parent, I can feel your genuine concern, love, and pride for your students. You are there for them every step of the way. You help them accomplish things, and you make them believe in what they can do. You understand and listen. They are so lucky to have a teacher like you who truly loves and cares for them. Thank you for everything that you do!

35.We both thank you for the important role you play in shaping our child into the respectable young adult they are quickly becoming. Please know that we recognize your positive influence and moral guidance, and we value the example you impart to our child.

36.Dear Mr. Teacher, the hours you spent during and after class giving Jim individual attention to ensure he grasped the material, went above and beyond todays expectations. Thank you for your patience, and for your empathy when it took Jim longer than others to grasp the concepts.