The superintendent of the Blevins Schools announced his intention to resign at a meeting of the school board Monday (9-11). Superintendent Billy Lee had been accused by the parent of a student he disciplined of pulling a gun on her on school property. Both Lee and his attorney, Rowe Stayton of Prescott, denied Lee had a gun on school property. In announcing his intent to leave at the end of the school year, Lee indicated the stresses of being superintendent are leading to health issues. Lee noted the district has had other issues and he wants the district to get past all the situations and thrive again.