In the August 2002 Board of Education Public Meeting, Mr. Navarro was hired by Long Branch Public Schools from the Philippines along with 5 other teachers.
Prior to joining the Long Branch Public Schools, Mr. Navarro was an instructor at the University of Perpetual Help-Rizal in Las Pinas City, Philippines. He was assigned at the College of Arts and Sciences where he taught math and political science courses.
He started his teaching career at the University of St. LaSalle-Bacolod Integrated School after he received his Bachelor of Science in Education - Major in Mathematics Degree in 1989. While teaching at the University of St. LaSalle, he enrolled at the College of Law of the University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos and received his Bachelor of Laws Degree in 1993.
He met his wife, Soledad, at the University of Perpetual Help Rizal. Together, they have given life to three wonderful, athletic and respectful kids - Justin, Meg, and Ivan.
In 2007, he was re-assigned to Long Branch High School. He worked as a Math Facilitator from 2009-2012. During the 2013 school year, Nemeil went back to the classroom full time. Currently, he is teaching Algebra 1, Principles of Engineering and Civil Engineering and Architecture.
Mr. Navarro loves to coach. He has volunteered as a manager/coach for the Long Branch Little League, basketball recreation and the West Long Branch Hawks Baseball Travel Team. He is currently the Assistant Coach for the Girls Volleyball this coming fall for Long Branch High School.