The Union-Endicott Athletic Director told 12 News high school sports practices and games scheduled for the two days were moved to Maine-Endwell and Johnson City schools. ENDICOTT (WBNG) — Union-Endicott Superintendent Nicole Wolfe told 12 News power is back on at Union-Endicott High School. 5:30 P.M. UPDATE: “We’re working with New York State to determine how to go about using these two days, if they’re going to be emergency days or if we can use them as a superintendent’s type of day,” said Wolfe. She said the hope is to have the power restored and school back in session for Wednesday. Union-Endicott Director of Facilities and Safety Toby Riddleberger explained the problem stemmed from bad feeder lines. Union-Endicott Superintendent Nicole Wolfe explained Tuesday, “We made the decision to close school because we knew that this was a project that was going to take some time.” He said the last two days, crews have been busy getting the school back up and running. ENDICOTT (WBNG) — Union-Endicott High School canceled school Monday and Tuesday due to prolonged power problems, but the future is looking bright. “Monday all day we were testing, figuring out what’s wrong, today we got new feeder lines, we started to pull them in through the conduit and we’re just getting ready now to tie it back all together,” said Riddleberger. Feeder lines are, “the main lines that come off the distribution poles from NYSEG to feed the school,” explained Riddleberger. While students have been at home recharging, District Superintendent Nicole Wolfe said she’s been figuring out what will happen scheduling-wise due to the two canceled days.