Grundy County school board member Kasey Anderson was arrested Friday for the third time in 10 months.
Anderson has been charged with failure to appear, according to Grundy County Sheriff Clint Shrum.
She was arrested in November after text messages she sent led to the entire school system going on a soft lockdown. She was charged with making false reports.
She was also arrested after a domestic incident at her Pelham, Tenn. home in June. She was charged with coercion of a witness, public intoxication, indecent exposure, disorderly conduct, making false reports or statements and resisting arrest.
Anderson has since changed her phone number, and attempts to contact her Saturday were unsuccessful.
School board chairwoman Phyllis Lusk said something inaudibly when called and immediately hung up. She did not answer follow-up calls.
Vice-chairman Paul Gallagher is waiting to learn more about the incident before commenting.
"I don't have a comment until I can get the facts," he said.