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Bingham High School's class of 1992 was told to remember the basic values of society as graduates received their diplomas Thursday night in the school's football stadium.

Entering the stadium in rows of 30 to the music of the school's symphonic band and orchestra, the graduates left high school with the encouragement and words of wisdom of seven student speakers in addition to an address by Orr L. Hill, president of the Jordan Board of Education.Jared Meier, co-valedictorian, said graduates should learn from Robert Fulghum's book, "All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten." The basic rules of conduct, such as sharing with others and not cheating, tend to be forgotten as people enter higher education and the work force.

The graduates also celebrated the school's own accomplishments during the year, including its Sterling Scholar selection and its state championships in golf, debate and girl's softball.