Chippewa Junior and Senior High is planning on adding two new classes to its STEM lab. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. The two classes are makers classes that are designed for female students, who often feel outnumbered in a class that is predominately of male interest. The new classes were made possible thanks to a $7,000 Laura B. Frick Charitable Trust Grant from the Wayne County Community Foundation. A new laser engraver is also being added to the school. Students in the makers classes will be able to use the laser engraver to make items such as desktop lamps, wallets, and keychains.