The latest school shooting in the United States unfolded Monday at a small, private Christian school in Nashville, Tennessee, according to multiple news reports.

The Metro Nashville Police Department announced the shooting at Covenant School on Twitter at around 10 a.m. MDT, noting that the shooter was dead after an encounter with police.

The police department’s tweet did not spell out how many students and teachers had been harmed, but the Nashville Fire Department said in a separate tweet that there are “multiple patients.” Their condition was unknown as of 10:30 a.m. MDT, according to The Associated Press.

The Associated Press later reported that three children and three adults died in the shooting, as well as the female shooter. The shooter, who was armed with two assault-style weapons and a pistol, “was a 28-year-old woman from Nashville,” the police said Monday afternoon, noting that officers had originally thought she was in her teens.

Also on Monday afternoon, the Metro Nashville Police Department tweeted the names and ages of the victims who died in the shooting:

  • Evelyn Dieckhaus, age 9
  • Hallie Scruggs, age 9
  • William Kinney, age 9
  • Cynthia Peak, age 61
  • Katherine Koonce, age 60
  • Mike Hill, age 61

Covenant School, which serves around 200 students, was founded in 2001 as a ministry of Covenant Presbyterian Church, The Associated Press reported. The Christian school offers preschool, as well as elementary school instruction up to sixth grade.

Parents of kids enrolled at Covenant School are currently being reunited with their kids at a nearby church, according to The Washington Post.