Single Subject Acceleration

Parents are encouraged to attend one of the following regional sessions to learn information about this program.  SSA is the practice of assigning a student to a higher-grade level than is typical, given the student’s age, for the purpose of providing access to appropriately challenging learning opportunities in either Language Arts OR Mathematics.Note…SSA testing will occur prior to the end of this school year during the designated testing windows for consideration of SSA for the 2015-2016 School Year.
SSA Parent Presentation
Course Information
SSA Windows
ELA MAth and ELA Progression
Writing Component
Parent Nomination Form

Track Change Request for 2015-16

Current Pleasant Union Students/Families who wish to request a track change for the 2015-16 school year may do so from March 16 – April 6. The form may be picked up at/returned to the front desk.

Pleasant Union’s 2013-2014 School Progress Report

So that you are well informed about the schools in Wake County, the county has released the 2013-14 School Report Cards.  The report cards gives you information about the schools performance, teacher characteristics, school climate and leadership. You can find report cards for every school in Wake County on the Student Outcomes page on the Wake County website.

Here is a direct link to Pleasant Union’s 2013-14 Report Card. If you visit the News and Observers School Performance page you can see the letter grade for each school in the state.

2015-16 New Student Registration

Families may begin registering new students for the 2015-16 school year Monday – Friday, 9:30 am – 2:00 pm, in the front office.

Full details about registration can be found on our Kindergarten Registration page.



Academic Anxiety Parent Workshop

Mark your calendar for January 6th from 9:15-10:00 for an Academic Anxiety workshop presented by our School Counselor, Catherine Cooper and School Psychologist Sarah Kearns. The Goals and Objectives will be to learn about Academic Anxiety and to learn ways to reduce anxiety for issues such as worry, emotionality, task generated interference and study skills deficit. Mrs. Cooper and Ms. Kearns will help parents identify areas of personal responsibility (for both children and parents.  To RSVP, contact Sarah Kearns ( and Catherine Cooper ( at 919-870-4228.