Phone: 609.698.5880


Degrees and Certifications:

B.A. Stockton University Marine Biology B.Ed. Stockton University Biological Sciences M.A. Ed./ADM University of Phoenix, Orlando Supervision of Curriculum & Instruction

Mr. T. Blake Fabian

Welcome to 8th Grade Science         

2023-2024 School Year

Good day to everyone....I am looking forward to meeting all of you and spending a year of fulfillment in the areas of Physical, Life, and Earth Sciences. This combination of sciences will give you, the student, a well rounded version of science principles so that you can apply them in your future. I love science, the progress we make on a daily basis, and the fact that science is always changing.

We will explore some current events together and see just how science works in our everyday lives.

Thank you for the opportunity and I look forward to our time together.


Ever wonder what sound really is? Can we measure it? Can you figure out what makes a two-way mirror? Ever wonder why we look like we do? How can scientists put a date on soil, artifacts, and bones? What is light made of? How can we manipulate light in our favor? Can we measure waves? Are ocean waves and microwaves the same? How alike are our chromosomes compared with other mammals? Other animals?

Let's explore..... Inquiring minds want to know....


"Must Haves" for the school year in science:

Please come prepared for class daily and open up your science minds for your willingness to learn

You will need a 100 page "Marble" composition notebook 

Please charge your Chromebooks daily, as we will use these for classwork, homework, and virtual labs and different virtual platforms.

You will also need a pencil or pen, and index cards.

Make sure you JOIN our Google Classroom for your class Period, I will post Google Classroom codes.

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    1. pencils or pens

    2. charged chromebook

    3. "Marble" 100 sheet composition book

    4. a two pocket file folder

    5. index cards

    6. Mentally Get ready for science class every day (you get out of life what you put into it)



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