We received a delivery notice in our mailbox from the U.S. Postal Service. It says they're holding a letter for us and will redeliver tmw, with a postage due of which I can't tell exactly given the messy handwriting (it's an article requiring payment). It's either $54, $50 or 5(the symbol for cent). My wife and I have no idea what the letter is for. I won't be home tmw or the next day, after which time it's available for pick-up (my wife is currently stuck in Arizona where she couldn't get a ride to the airport because of the gasoline shortgage). How do we go about finding out the content of the article? The only thing we're expecting in the mail is an award check for my wife's passing the National Board for professional teaching standards last year, but I seriously doubt that a paper check would carry a postage fee of $50 or 5 cents. By the way, any National Board certified teacher here?