SeaCode is a free STEM camp for high school and middle school students in Lincoln County. SeaCode uses hands-on projects to make students excited about science, tech, engineering, and math.



  1. Every student has a place in STEM

  2. Hands-on projects will make students interested in STEM

  3. Meaningful and impactful careers can be found in STEM 




 SeaCode will not be offering a summer session this year, but will be hosting a one-day STEM camp in the fall. Please check for updates or contact Ruben or Brian for more information.


Ruben Krueger

Brian Hanna

Co-founder, Instructor & Curriculum Creator

Ruben is a Newport High School graduate (and former student of Brian) who is studying computer science at Stanford. He is passionate about education and wants all students to have exposure to computer science. His first experience with coding was during his senior year of high school through a robotics team (the "Finnovators"). When not being productive, you may find him running, watching The Office, or reading (sometimes all at the same time). 

email: ruben1@stanford.edu

Co-founder, Instructor & Curriculum Creator 

Mr. Hanna has been teaching in the Lincoln County School District since the fall of 1996. He transferred to Newport High School to take over “Marvelous Montana” Murv Fanning’s position as the Advanced Math Instructor in 1999. He currently teaches Algebra II, IB Math Studies SL, IB Mathematics SL, Physics, and Computer Science. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Physics with a minor in Mathematics from Brigham Young University, a Master of Arts in Teaching in Science Education and a Master of Science Degree in Physics from Oregon State University.  Arduino is a hobby of his and kick-started his interest in computer science.​

email: brian.hanna@lincoln.k12.or.us

Jane Myrick

Alex Rash

Assistant Instructor
Assistant Instructor

Born and raised in Newport, Jane is a graduate of Newport High School (Class of 2016 - go Cubs!) and is currently pursuing a double degree in English and Education at the Honors College at Oregon State University, where she also works as a Resident Assistant in West Hall. Outside of the classroom, Jane enjoys being very involved in the Honors College Student Association and Phi Beta Kappa, building her art portfolio, and exploring the beauty of the Pacific Northwest with friends.

Alex is a graduate of Newport high school and a former student of Brian Hanna. He is currently studying computer science with a focus in security at Oregon State University. He was a member of the “Finnovators” robotics team during his junior and senior years of high school. This team gave him his first experience with computer science. In his free time, Alex likes to swim, work on coding projects, and spend time on YouTube.