The initial phase of this project was to observe probable hazards and document locations inside and outside the building and the nature of the existing hazard. Prior to the new windows and new roof that were completed in prior years, water incursion had caused some mold and mildew. The age of the building and its vacancy since 1968 except for storage made lead-based paint most likely on painted surfaces since paint used prior to 1978 contained lead. Asbestos in insulation and floor tiles were suspected. A visual observation confirmed all the above, as documented in the report and photos from Richard B. Hudgens. Laboratory testing and mitigation procedures will be carried out after the Selma School System finishes removing items stored throughout the basement and parts of the main floor so that all areas are accessible.