The IDEA law gives you certain rights as you go through the IEP process
You will get a written notice about the IEP Meeting.
It is most common for school districts to provide written notice to parents at least 10 days prior to an IEP meeting to ensure parents know of the meeting and can do their best to attend.
Most school districts follow this guideline even though it isn't written into official Louisiana law.
It will tell you the date, time, place, and purpose of the meeting. It will also tell you who will be there.
The written notice should be in your native language!
You have a right to ask for changes to make it easier for you!
For example, you can ask for:
A different date or time
A different place
A phone or Skype meeting
An interpreter in your own language
Source: LA DOE