Bees are fundamental in the pollination of 90% of the plants we eat. For this reason, we wanted to research them in our field study. In our investigation, 27 eighth graders collected all the pollinators we could find in 15 minutes in Jackson Middle School’s front lawn and rain garden. To capture our specimens, we used Ziploc cups to hand-collect the pollinators. There was a total of 43 social bees, 0 solitary bees, 5 wasps and 2 flower flies. All of the social bees we found were bumblebees, and all of the wasps were paper wasps. These results suggested that social bees, specifically bumble bees, are the most abundant in our area, and that solitary bees are at a minimal around our school.